The Oklahoma Family Law Blog is an information source regarding Oklahoma family law issues including divorce, paternity, custody, visitation, child support, child relocation, protective orders, and post-decree modification. The author of this blog is Dan Nunley, attorney, husband of 25 years and father to two sons and a daughter.
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This is the final post for the Oklahoma Family Law Blog at this site. Today I am launching a new web site for my law firm and the Oklahoma Family Law Blog will be relocated to this new web site.... This is the final post for the Oklahoma Family Law Blog at this site. Today I am launching a new web...
In my years of divorce practice I have seen lots of lawyers handle divorce cases. There are as many different styles as there are different lawyers. But, I have also noticed three recurring styles of lawyer in particular. I call...In my years of divorce practice I have seen lots of lawyers...
Here's a story about a father who was awarded sole legal custody of his two young boys due to the mother's history of alcohol addiction and child abuse. However, the mother kidnapped the children and fled to Egypt after what...Here's a story about a father who was awarded sole legal custody of his...
A sharply divided Kentucky Supreme Court recently denied paternity to a man with DNA proof supporting his claim to be the child's biological father. The Kentucky high court based its decision on the marital presumption which bars any attack against...A sharply divided Kentucky Supreme Court...
William Wilson, author of the Indiana Family Law Blog, read yesterday's post regarding Scott Turow's article on hourly billing and was inspired to sit down and write concerning his perspective on the billable hour system. I highly recommend that you...William Wilson, author of the Indiana Family...
Attorney and best-selling author Scott Turow says in a recently-published article in the ABA Journal that the billable hour system is not merely bad for the lives of lawyers but is worse for clients, bad for the attorney-client relationship, and...Attorney and best-selling author Scott Turow says...
I have posted previously (here, here, here, here, and here) on the benefits of a flat or fixed fee billing system. Here is an article written by the President of the California Bar Association in which he says that the...I have posted previously (here, here, here, here, and here) on the benefits of...
First of all I want to say how much I appreciate you the reader of the Oklahoma Family Law Blog. I hope that you find the information interesting and educational. If you aren't yet a subscriber, consider becoming one today....First of all I want to say how much I appreciate you the reader of the...
A soon to be published study of more than 100,000 professionals reveals that women with MBAs, law degrees, and medical degrees are twice as likely to get divorced or separated as their male counterparts. The study also found that highly...A soon to be published study of more than 100,000...
Is it unmanly to receive alimony from your ex-wife? While I don't have any male clients who receive temporary support or alimony, apparently this is a growing trend as more and more women move up the career ladder and earn...Is it unmanly to receive alimony from your ex-wife? While I don't have...