Dealing with legal issues such as divorce and child custody can be frustrating. Fortunately, our team of experienced and accomplished divorce attorneys can help you resolve matters related to domestic violence, asset division, child and spousal support, child abuse, parental rights, and more. Learn about these and other types of cases we handle here.
Divorce can be difficult. In fact, many people claim that ending a marriage can be as distressing as the loss of a loved one. When you're dealing with something that has such significant emotional and legal ramifications, it's essential to have an experienced attorney by your side to advocate for your rights and help position you for post-divorce success. Learn more about Oklahoma divorce, the types of divorce-related matters we can help you resolve, and why you should choose the Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC to represent you.
There's a lot riding on the outcome of your child custody or support case, which is why you need a well-versed and highly-experienced family law attorney to help you navigate the legal process and handle issues involving paternity, parental rights, child abuse, domestic violence, and other key matters. If you're facing a potentially high-conflict child custody and support battle, we can help. Learn more about your rights, as well as how we can assist you.
Attorneys Amy Page, Kathleen Egan and Aaron Bundy each have appellate experience making oral argument and presentation at the Oklahoma Supreme Court. Our attorneys regularly represent clients on appeal. We are one of the few Oklahoma family law firms that has the statewide reputation, knowledge and skill to handle complex appellate issues involving spousal support, child support, child custody, child visitation, parental rights, premarital agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, and more.
We seek justice for those who are injured by the wrongdoing of others, especially in cases involving special trust relationships, such as caregivers, intimate partners, and contractors.
We rapidly intervene in cases that have both family law and criminal components. In family law cases that include requests for emergency custody or protective orders, the allegations often suggest that a criminal act has occurred. We are experienced, equipped and committed to provide complete representation for clients who face allegations that could involve a government investigation or prosecution.