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  • Child Visitation In the Age of Coronavirus

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Visitation

    General information on child visitation in Oklahoma. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
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  • Child Custody--married, divorcing parents

    Brief information about Oklahoma law in child custody matters when parents are married or divorcing. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
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  • Child Custody-Unwed Parents

    General information on how Oklahoma laws treat child custody when parents have never been married. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
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  • Request to Enforce Parent Visitation - Prepare court forms

    This program will help you fill out and print court papers to ask the court to Enforce Parent Visitation. You can take the paper to court and get a hearing. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Families in Transition

    Families in Transition is a program of the Tulsa County District Court designed to minimize conflict and promote the well-being of children during the Divorce or Dissolution of Marriage process and thereafter. This web site explains the role of the Conferencing Judge, the Parenting Plan process, rules for Mediation, the Family Assessment Procedures and the role of the Parent Coordinator, should one be appointed and many other valuable resources for families during the dissolution or divorce process. Content Detail

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    Tulsa County District Court
  • Grandparent Visitation

    The visitation law discussed in this section only applies to grandchildren who are under 18 years of age and are not married. The term grandparent also includes great-grandparent. However, this section on visitation does not apply to other relatives. Read More

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    The Senior Law Resource Center, Inc.
  • Grounds for Involuntary Termination of Parental Rights

    Termination may be voluntary or involuntary. Birth parents who wish to place their children for adoption may voluntarily relinquish their rights.When addressing whether parental rights should be terminated involuntarily, most States require that a court determine is unfit and severing the parent-child relationship is in the child’s best interests. Read More

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    Children's Bureau
  • Filing for Grandparent Visitation

    There may be a time when your grandchild's parent does not want to let you visit your grandchild. Normally, parents have a fundamental right to decide who their children will or will not visit. However, in limited cases, you may be able to get a court order of visitation. Read More

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    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Standard Visitation Schedule - Advisory Guidelines with Forms

    This guide has detailed information about visitation schedules in Oklahoma. And it has an example visitation schedule. Content Detail

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    Administrative Office of the Courts-Oklahoma State Courts Network
  • Terminating Parental Rights

    Parents have to provide care for the child such as food, shelter, and protection. If a parent has not been able to fulfill the responsibilities of being a parent, they can be terminated as a caregiver in a process called “termination of parental rights.” When this occurs, the parent is severed from all decision making in the child’s life. Read More

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    Self & Spurgeon
  • Court Forms - Tulsa County District Court

    Domestic Relations/Family Law Court forms for Tulsa County District Court Content Detail

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    Tulsa County District Court
  • Court Forms (Family Law)

    Court forms published by the Administrative Office of the Courts for use in certain family law cases. Content Detail

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    Oklahoma State Courts Network
  • OK DHS Request for Address of Record

    Use this form if you are a custodial person (CP), noncustodial parent (NCP), the attorney for either, or an authorized person, to request the custodial person's or the noncustodial parent's address of record. Read More

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    Child Support Services
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