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The Uncertainty of Family Law Disputed family law issues involve a great deal of risk and uncertainty. There are no guarantees. Every case should be prepared as if it may go to trial.
Legal Representation Choosing to represent yourself is risky business.
Researching Lawyers for A Family Member Choosing a lawyer is a difficult decision. There is much conflicting information. With careful research, you can find a lawyer who is a good fit for you.
Divorce after Recovery High-conflict divorce cases can be traumatic. There are tools and resources for individuals who are going through a divorce after going through recovery.
COVID-19 Coronavirus Co-parenting Questions If you are a separated or divorced parent, here is a list of information you should gather about yourself as well as request from the other parent
How Can They Do That? The most difficult question for us to answer is "How can they do that?" when the other side makes a false claim.
Choosing an Attorney for a Protective Order Case Protective orders involve serious allegations which can impact your parental rights, your employment, and even your hobbies. Choose your attorney carefully
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Why Choose Us?
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:
- Courtroom Success. Our 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.
- Leaders in the Field. When attorneys and judges have family law questions, they call us. Aaron D. Bundy is board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Family Trial Lawyer, and he is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Amy Page was the 2019 chair of the Oklahoma Family Law Section. All of our attorneys are meaningfully involved in Oklahoma’s Family Law Section and in organizations such as the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. We are devoted to the highest standards and best practices for our work.
- Commitment to Professional Development. Our 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.