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Divorce Statistics in Oklahoma Highlight Importance of Solid Co-Parenting Plan

Posted on January 4, 2019, Co-Parenting Divorce

While divorce has increased across the US in recent decades, Oklahoma has the dubious honor of being among the Top Three states when it comes to the highest divorce rate. Statistics indicate that couples in the Sooner State call it quits at a rate of 13.2 percent. Meanwhile, the rest of the country is around […]

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Three New Tax Rules Will Affect Oklahoma Couples Divorcing in 2019

Posted on December 21, 2018, Uncategorized

When certain sections within the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act take effect January 1, 2019; three tax regulations will have a significant impact on couples involved in or considering divorce in the new year. The rules affect all Oklahoma divorce cases and settlement agreements that are not finalized by December 31, 2018. The first tax […]

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Oklahoma Supreme Court Affirms the Termination of Mother’s Parental Rights; Drug Use Cited as a Reason

Posted on November 20, 2018

Earlier this year, the Oklahoma Supreme Court affirmed a lower court’s decision to terminate the parental rights of a Tulsa County mother. An infant girl was removed from the care of her parents  a few weeks after she was born. In June of 2016, a Tulsa Police Department officer pulled over the mother in this […]

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Deadly Northwest Side Hit-and-Run Crash

Posted on August 22, 2018, Personal Injury

A recent hit-and-run accident in Oklahoma City illustrates some basic principles about these cases. Victims do not need much evidence to mount a successful claim, and they should expect to deal with some loophole defenses. Oklahoma City police officers have few clues in a hit-and-run incident which killed a pedestrian. According to investigators, a dark red […]

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Family Law Appeals

Posted on June 20, 2018

Going to court to resolve a family law issue can be emotional, expensive, and time consuming. Which is why most couples who have a family law issue, ranging from seeking a divorce to fighting for custody of a shared child, often attempt to resolve the issue out of court first. If a resolution cannot be […]

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What Does the Recent Pedestrian Death Caused by a Self-Driving Car Mean for Driverless Vehicles?

Posted on June 14, 2018, Uncategorized

In mid-March 2018, a self-driving car owned by Uber struck a pedestrian in Arizona, causing injuries that led to her death. Based on news reports, the accident happened when the woman walked in front of the vehicle, and the vehicle failed to automatically apply its brakes or attempt to avoid the woman. The incident is […]

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Tips for Resolving an Insurance Dispute When Filing a Claim

Posted on February 1, 2018, Insurance Disputes

If you have been injured in a car accident or other accident type, turning to your insurance company to recover damages may have been your first step – after all, you’ve paid your premiums on time, so why shouldn’t your insurance company honor its policy with you? Or, perhaps you filed a claim with the […]

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Nursing Home Neglect and Pressure Ulcers

Posted on January 12, 2018, Nursing Home Abuse Nursing Home Negligence

One type of injury that is common in nursing homes are pressure sores, also called pressure ulcers or bed sores. These types of sores are damaged areas of the skin – damage occurs as a result of consistent pressure being applied for an extensive amount of time. Typically, they form on bedridden patients who are […]

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What Is the Medical Standard of Care in an Oklahoma Medical Malpractice Case?

Posted on December 12, 2017, Medical Malpractice

When a person is harmed by the actions of a medical professional, they may be able to bring forth a successful action for medical malpractice if they can prove that the medical professional breached the standard of care owed to them, and that the breach was the proximate cause of patient harm. The following considers […]

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How Can I Modify a Family Court Order?

Posted on November 9, 2017, Uncategorized

Oklahoma family courts are responsible for issuing judgements in regards to a number of family issues. For example, a court may determine how property will be divided in a divorce, who will have custody of a child, or how much a parent may be required to pay in child support. While orders that are issued […]

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The Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, law office of Brown & Gould, PLLC, serves the nearby cities of Moore, Norman, Edmond, Nichols Hills, Midwest City, Del City, Yukon, Mustang, El Reno, Shawnee, Tulsa and other areas, including Oklahoma County, Cleveland County, Canadian County, McClain County, Pottawatomie County, Tulsa County, Logan County and throughout the state of Texas in the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso and Austin.