Blog Posts in 2015

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  • Who Is Entitled to Alimony in an Oklahoma Divorce Case?
    Who Is Entitled to Alimony in an Oklahoma Divorce Case?

    Many questions arise after a couple decides to file for divorce. One of the main concerns is property division, who gets what after the separation, who gets the custody of any children, and spousal ...

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  • Consulting an Attorney over Native American Legal Issues
    Consulting an Attorney over Native American Legal Issues

    Native Americans living in the United States are governed by the Indian Law and the state laws, a combination which creates a unique business and legal environment for them. In addition, Native ...

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  • Breach of Contract Suits Claim Billions Owed by Chesapeake Energy
    Breach of Contract Suits Claim Billions Owed by Chesapeake Energy

    A recent Texas lawsuit joins others filed against Oklahoma-based Chesapeake Energy for breach of contract in failing to make billions of dollars in royalty payments owed on drilling leases. The suit ...

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  • The Importance of Child Support for Oklahoma’s Children
    The Importance of Child Support for Oklahoma’s Children

    According to the Oklahoma Child Support Enforcement Association (OCSEA), there are 11,684 parents in our state with active bench warrants for being past due in their child support, and failing to ...

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  • Court Ruling Settles Suzuki and VW Business Dispute
    Court Ruling Settles Suzuki and VW Business Dispute

    A court ruling by the International Chamber of Commerce has settled a four-year business dispute between Suzuki and VW, bringing a close to the companies’ failed partnership. Business Gone Bad Back in ...

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  • Oklahoma Couple Files Federal Suit Challenging State Indian Child Welfare Act
    Oklahoma Couple Files Federal Suit Challenging State Indian Child Welfare Act

    Late this past summer, a couple from Oklahoma recently filed a federal lawsuit challenging the state’s Indian Child Welfare Act. The couple is challenging the constitutionality of portions of the law, ...

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