Most of us strongly believe in marriage, and we certainly wish all marriages could be successful. For various reasons, some marriages are unable to continue. If this is you, we can help.
Divorce is without question one of the most difficult challenges you will ever face. It can create very strong emotions, such as fear, anger, and sometimes resentment. It will affect many parts of your life, including your children, living arrangement, and finances. We use the “bulldog approach” to help guide you through the chaos so that you can move beyond the divorce and forward with your life.
If you and your spouse have children under the age of 18, your divorce has the potential to become very complicated very fast. Children are always of utmost importance, and we will aggressively fight to protect your rights as a parent.
The ideal scenario is to use negotiation and mediation if possible to reach an agreement on the child custody issue. A peaceful divorce is always the best solution – this is especially true when children are involved. However, be mindful, negotiation and mediation are not always successful. When a party to the divorce is unreasonable in their demands, it is sometimes necessary to be the “bulldog” and move the case forward in litigation.
A Final Decree can, and often does, provide stability on a temporary basis between the parties on the issues of Child Support, Child Custody, and Spousal Support. However, a Final Decree is rarely a permanent solution. If you or the other party have experienced a change of living arrangement, change of employment, or change of marital status, then your Final Decree is probably ineffective. Using the “bulldog approach”, we will fight for you and your best interests in the Modification.
Paternity can, and often is, a very complex issue. Regardless of whether you and the other parent have a functional relationship, we will use the “bulldog approach” to see you through to a favorable outcome. In the end, both you and the other parent will have resolved the issues of Child Custody, Child Visitation, and Child Support.
Information courtesy of Bulldog Divorce Tulsa
Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer – Romans 12:12