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5 Tips From a Family Mediator for Your Divorce Mediation

Divorce is tough enough without having to endure a public battle and reliving all the strife in a courtroom. An alternative to that knock-down-drag-out trial is mediation – the process of both parties sitting down with a trained individual who can help you arrive at agreements that best suit your circumstances. I’m not saying it’s easy – not much about divorce is – but it’s a very good option to explore if you want to get through the process with less damage than a trial can inflict.

Little Black Book of Scams

Legal Aid's Senior Law Program compiled a list of typical scams, how they work, who these criminals prey on and what to do!

Oklahoma's Promise

Oklahoma’s Promise allows students who meet certain income, academic and conduct requirements to earn a college or technology center tuition scholarship.

100% Disabled Veterans - Sales Tax Exemption Card

The Oklahoma sales tax exemption for 100% disabled veterans has been expanded to include sales to the surviving spouse of a deceased qualified veteran, if the surviving spouse has not remarried. Sales qualifying for exemption are limited to $1,000 per year for a qualifying surviving spouse.

Tax Filing Season starts Mid-February

It's time to think about getting information together and filing your tax returns.

Help with your income taxes - Volunteer sites

There are lots of ways and places to get help with your Income Tax Return. Check out the non-profit sites before going to a commercial site. Don't settle for a quick fix! Be sure to talk to a tax professional about getting the largest refund possible.

IRS Announces New Private Debt Collection Program to Begin Next Spring

The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it plans to begin private collection of certain overdue federal tax debts next spring and has selected four contractors to implement the new program.

Oklahoma Housing Out of Reach 2018

In Oklahoma, the Fair Market Rent (FMR) for a two-bedroom apartment is $801. In order to afford this level of rent and utilities — without paying more than 30% of income on housing — a household must earn $2,671 monthly or $32,047 annually.

Residents' Rights in Nursing Homes, Assisted Living and Residential Care Facilities

Know your rights for clients and family members living in nursing homes, assisted living and residential care facilities.

Relief for Student Loan Borrowers - August 2022 Changes

Articles about the August 2022 law changes and relief offered by the Department of Education.

Protect Yourself from Debt Collection Scammers

Dealing with debt collection issues can be challenging—especially when you’re not sure if the person you’re being contacted by is a legitimate debt collector or someone trying to scam you. This video shares useful tips on spotting debt collection scams and protecting yourself from scammers

What's the Statute of Limitations on Credit Card Debt?

Your creditors typically have three to six years to sue you for your credit card debt.

Disaster Scam Prevention

Disaster Scam Prevention Fraud and Scam Prevention Tips for Oklahoma Consumers

Mortgage Foreclosure: How to Avoid Losing Your Home

General information about options available to avoid foreclosure and about the foreclosure process.

Attorney General Hunter Offers Tips for Oklahomans to Avoid Online Holiday Shopping Scams

It's that time of the year - made all the worse recent data breaches.

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