Skillful Legal Guidance For Your High-Conflict Divorce

Most people enter into committed relationships believing and hoping that they are destined to be together, never dreaming that one day they may be involved in a divorce or custody lawsuit. When the time comes to part ways, the heartbreak and emotion associated with a dividing family can sometimes manifest in anger, violence, and trauma that lasts for years.

In high-conflict divorce, high-asset divorce and contested divorce proceedings, an experienced attorney's input is necessary to generate practical solutions and help to establish a tone of civility. If you and your spouse are beginning your divorce process and your differences on critical issues are stark, the attorneys at the Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC, will dedicate their best efforts to bringing dignity, peace and stability to your future.

Protecting Children Who Are Caught In The Middle

While two adults may feel so victimized that they continually argue, looking for ways to hurt each other, involving the children in these disputes is never acceptable. The emotional escalation of high-conflict divorce can quickly turn into a stressful situation for children.

Children may need to be removed from the custody of a parent if that parent's behavior is detrimental to the children. Our proactive Tulsa lawyers are experienced in situations where the other parent shows signs of:

  • Severe Depression
  • Narcissim
  • Alienation
  • Substance Abuse
  • Domestic Violence

If the court recognizes that a parent's instability, addiction or behavior is negatively impacting a child, the child may be removed from that parent's home. The attorneys at the Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy are experienced and skilled at taking prompt action to protect children from danger in emergency situations.

When the other parent is guilty of violence, abuse, or neglect, our attorneys will take action to ensure that protective orders are in place for the safety and security of the children and our client.

Different From The Rest: Ask For Help Protecting Your Rights As A Parent

If the emotional drain of your divorce is taking a toll on you and your child or children, call our Tulsa law firm at (918) 208-0129. Submit your confidential information online today for help protecting you and your children under Oklahoma family law.