Divorce Attorney Oklahoma

There are seldom more important things in life than family.  Uncontested divorce and contested divorce cases are areas where our law firm has years of experience.  If you find that one day all that you've worked to build for your family is challenged in one way or another, its then you retain a powerful law firm to protect and guide you.  Working with an attorney who understands and will listen is very important in a divorce case.


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When facing a divorce, there are a number of additional complexities you must address and resolve. Whatever your particular situation may be, our firm is here to guide you through your divorce process and any other matter you face.  Our services are tailor-made to fit the needs of your specific case so there is a strong possibility that we will still be able to help.


Child Custody

It is always preferable that a splitting couple mutually agree upon the conditions of child custody in cases of divorce. However, when this is not possible, an attorney can help represent you and work to ensure that your interests, as well as the well-being of your children.


Child Support

When children are involved in a divorce, the court will take measures to ensure that they are provided for financially.  Child support is a court order that the parent who does not have custody will be required to pay.


Child Visitation

When visitation rights are not properly split between two deserving parents, the child stands to suffer.  Jonny Randall, Esq., will ensure that this does not happen.



When parents relocate a certain distance, the court will establish new terms for any court orders that may be affected, including child custody and visitation rights.


Community Property

Property that was acquired during the marriage is considered communal and will be divided and distributed in court.  To make sure that you are not taken advantage of during this division, you should obtain legal representation that fights to protect your best interests and financial well-being.



All parties involved in a divorce case are required to be honest and ethical.  When a party conceals any assets, including back accounts or property, they may be subjected to unfavorable legal recourse.



When changes or new circumstances arise, our legal team will be here to help you modify the original terms of a court order, including modifications to child support, spousal support, and visitation rights, among others.



If one party in a divorce fails to adhere to a court order or other legal issue, that person can be charged with contempt.  Our firm represents parties from both sides in matters related to contempt and court order violations.


Contested Divorce

When two partners are unable to amicably agree on the terms of their divorce, it is referred to as a contested divorce.  Given its complex, highly charged nature, contested divorce cases require the assistance of an attorney.


Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce occurs when both spouses are able to mutually agree to the divorce.  Although it is less troublesome than a contested divorce, having an attorney by your side can ensure that the process proceeds smoothly and that your rights are protected.


Fathers' Rights

Many fathers are not fully aware of the rights they have when divorce is factored into the situation. Courts have veered away from automatically favoring mothers when it comes to child custody issues.



Guardianship must be applied for and awarded in order to take over legal responsibility of a child or children who may be in need of further care.


Paternity Issues

Issues concerning one's paternity are highly sensitive and need to be handled by a legal professional. There are many steps and processes than can be involved in these matters and if not handled properly it could escalate into a huge dispute.


Postnuptial Agreements

A lawyer can help you and your spouse establish written legal documentation of how finances and property will be distributed should a divorce occur.


Protective Orders

Either spouse in a relationship, or during a divorce, has the right to file for a protective order on the basis of emotional or physical abuse, as well as other circumstances. We provide compassionate and swift assistance to clients seeking protective orders.


Separate Property

When a couple divorces, the property will be evenly distributed between the two individuals. However, if you believe that certain property is separate and specifically belongs to you, an attorney can help you collect evidence to present your case.


Spousal Support

Alimony, also known as spousal support, is awarded to the spouse who earns a lower income in order to maintain the same lifestyle they had during the marriage. Our firm represents either party during these matters and works aggressively to protect our clients' issues.


If you or a loved one is facing divorce, our law office knows what to do and wants to hear your side of the story.


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