“A high percentage of Tulsa Divorce Attorneys have experienced divorce personally. My life is no exception. I grew up in a single-parent home. As a young man, I watched a handful of my close friends and family members go through divorces. During my youth, I saw firsthand how hard divorce can be.
Because of my personal dealings with divorce, I understand the need for an honest, aggressive divorce firm. Our staff is focused on helping you and your family get through the divorce process. We are also focused on helping you find a new path for your life.
I guarantee quality, client focused representation. Although I cannot guarantee any results, I can guarantee our commitment to quality and excellence.”
– Matt Ingham, Founder of Bulldog Divorce
Currently Mr. Ingham is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association. In the early 2000s he graduated with honors from Northeastern State University. In 2008 he earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Tulsa. Shortly upon his graduation from the University Of Tulsa, Mr. Ingham was admitted to the Oklahoma Bar.
Also, Mr. Ingham is an active member of Life Church in Tulsa County.
Regarding the staff members, Mr. Ingham’s office staff consists of a handful of professionals. Those professionals include his Office Manager and Paralegal. The Office Manager and the Paralegal have years of combined experience in the areas of Family Law.
Tulsa Divorce Attorneys Like Matt Ingham Offer Free Phone Consultations
Lastly, Mr. Ingham does offer free consultations. If you need to discuss your case, you can call the Paralegal at (918) 591-2566. When you call, be prepared to answer a few short questions about your case. Also when you call, it is advised that you avoid ‘rambling’ about the facts of your case. Doing so will only waste the Paralegal’s time. Doing so will also make it much harder for the Paralegal to serve you. When you call, be sure to tell the Paralegal that you want to schedule a consultation. In the event Mr. Ingham is unable to help you, he will likely refer you to an attorney who can help you.
Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid – Deuteronomy 31:6