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Divorce is emotional for the whole family. We can help you understand your rights and responsibilities.

Guide to Divorce

Your divorce requires careful preparation and the guidance of a divorce attorney well versed in Oklahoma divorce laws. Even the simplest uncontested divorce will require a court filing, a division of assets and debts and a detailed documenting of all child custody and child support arrangements.

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Custody & Visitation

The most important thing when it comes to children is a close and nurturing relationship. At the end of any custody or divorce case involving children, the Oklahoma court makes a ruling as to which parent will have legal custody of the children and how much parenting time a child spends with each parent.

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Child Support

Regardless of which party is awarded custody of the children, child support will be an issue in the case. Unless the parents otherwise agree, the obligation to pay child support generally ends when a child turns 18 years of age (up to 20 years of age if the child is still enrolled in high school).

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Property Division

In Oklahoma, “marital property” is divided equitably. “Marital property” is property which was acquired by either spouse after the marriage with marital labor or funds earned during the marriage. It does not matter who holds title to the property, or who provides the funds for the property.

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Alimony

Oklahoma courts can provide for spousal support (alimony) following a divorce. The criteria considered in an award of spousal support include: need of the recipient and the ability to pay of the payor. Spousal support is usually considered “rehabilitative” to help the recipient make the transition to entering the workforce and setting up an independent household.

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Retirement

Retirement funds and other property acquired prior to marriage is the separate property of the party who holds title to that property. Assets purchased with separate property can, in some cases, still be considered separate property, even if the purchase was after the marriage.

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Specializing in High Asset, Complex, Oklahoma, Divorce and Family Law.

Choosing a family lawyer who is a passionate advocate for you is the first critical step to take when you are facing a legal crisis, whether it involves running your business or the business of running your family. At a time when you need it most, I will stand by your side and help you navigate the intricacies of family and business law to get the best outcome for you. My common-sense approach and experience working in Fortune 500 companies make me a unique and powerful ally to have on your side. A lawyer you’ll swear by – not at.

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Carrie helped me get the family law result I wanted though numerous legal obstacles. Her tenacity and dedication in my case was exemplary. She answered my questions promptly and helped me understand the legal process with clear explanations and providing me with informative sources. I have recommend her services to friends and I would seek her counsel again if the need arises.

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The motto I use at my place of work is the same I would use to describe Carrie Luelling: “nunquam non paratus”. Latin for “never unprepared”, this phrase describes and suits Carrie perfectly.

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cLue Law is a full-service family law firm. The goal is to settle quickly. If not, Carrie is an experienced, well-trained, trial lawyer ready to fight for you.

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