Dealing with legal issues surrounding divorce and child custody can be frustrating. Fortunately, our team of experienced divorce attorneys can help you resolve matters related to domestic violence, asset division, child and spousal support, child abuse, parental rights, and more.
We built a law firm designed for clients rather than for lawyers. Legal disputes are stressful enough: you should not be made even more anxious about when is the next court date, when you'll get a bill, what you're being billed for, or how to prepare for the next event in your case. It's worse when there are mixed messages, with one attorney saying one thing and another attorney saying something different, and even worse when you don't hear from anyone. Those are the complaints and concerns we heard about typical law firms.
So we did something about it. Our law firm created a written process built on best practices for civil and criminal cases so that every client receives a uniform experience, no matter which attorney they're dealing with. Each client is informed and actively involved in our process, from the initial intake to discovery, settlement offers, and trial preparation. We created a system that incorporates the newest, best technology -- including artificial intelligence, automatic document generation and automatic text message reminders -- to ensure efficiency, quality control, and reliable updates for each client. Our offices uses industry-leading software to coordinate and schedule meetings. We bill twice a month, on the 1st and 15th, and each billing statement includes details about all time and expenses billed, so no client is waiting 45 or 60 days only to be hit with a surprise huge bill.
And we get results. Kathleen Egan and Aaron Bundy are fellows of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Aaron is listed in the world's most prestigious legal rankings, including the Chambers Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth guide and the Spear's 500 Family Lawyers index for high net worth individuals. Our attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers® and by Best Lawyers in America®. These ratings reflect the private views of our colleagues, competitors and judges. Bundy Law Office is listed in U.S. News & World Report's annual "Best Law Firms" publication.
Our home office is located near Utica Square in Tulsa, at 2509 East 21st Street. We have three other locations: in Sapulpa, in the Lon T. Jackson building at 26 S. Park, in Muskogee, in the BOK-Severs building at 215 State Street, and in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Finding the right legal representation for your situation is an essential part of getting the best outcome possible. The Oklahoma Supreme Court itself said, “An individual's decision to employ a particular attorney can have profound effects on the ultimate outcome of litigation. Legal practitioners are not interchangeable commodities.” There are hundreds of family law attorneys who fill office buildings throughout the Tulsa metropolitan area -- there is no law firm like ours:
Commitment to Professional DevelopmentOur lawyers stay on the cutting edge of family law and trial skills by constantly training with accountants, psychologists and other trial lawyers at classes and seminars all over the United States. We offer our clients a combination of legal knowledge, technical skill and trial experience that is unmatched by anyone else.
Leaders in the FieldWhen attorneys and judges have family law questions, they call us. Kathleen Egan and Aaron D. Bundy are both Fellows of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Aaron is board-certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Family Law Trial Lawyer. Our attorneys are members of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and meaningfully involved in the Family Law sections of the American Bar Association and the Oklahoma Bar Association.
Courtroom SuccessOur approach to each case is plan-oriented and outcome-based. We don't play games in discovery, and we don't wait around for deadlines. Instead, we build a strong, proactive case based on facts -- and we're never afraid to take a case to trial when it's in your best interest.