Oklahoma City Law Firm Of Brown & Gould


Commercial Leases and COVID-19: What You Need to Know

Posted on April 5, 2021, Uncategorized

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to close their doors, make arrangements for altered hours, comply with orders regarding social distancing, and a lot more. Changes are happening quickly, and every shift a business makes has wide-ranging effects, from its clients to its landlord. Every commercial rental agreement should be governed by a written lease […]

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What to do When You Have Been Served with a Lawsuit

Posted on March 15, 2021, Uncategorized

  Everyone’s involvement with the legal system is different. Most people will have to deal with the occasional traffic ticket or car accident issue, but far fewer people must address things like contract disputes or construction lawsuits. In most situations, you only see a lawyer if you are doing one of two things: (1) planning […]

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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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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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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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Signs of Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect

Posted on October 11, 2017, Uncategorized

The decision to move a loved one to a nursing home can be difficult, but family members may take comfort in the fact that nursing homes are often able to provide levels of care that families or individuals on their own cannot. That being said, while nursing homes have a duty to provide residents with […]

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The Dangers of Truck Driver Fatigue

Posted on September 13, 2017, Uncategorized

Accidents involving large commercial trucks tend to have especially devastating consequences. This is largely attributed to the fact that these vehicles can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds and often transport dangerous or hazardous materials. To help prevent these types of accidents, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires drivers and their employers to […]

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Moving Forward With a Personal Injury Claim After a Car Accident

Posted on July 18, 2017, Uncategorized

Were you injured in an auto accident? If you are now suffering physical, psychological, and financial injuries because of a collision caused by another driver, you may have the right to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim. Under the law, when another individual’s carelessness, recklessness, or intentional misconduct causes you harm, that person is […]

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Marijuana Charges in Oklahoma

Posted on November 16, 2016, Uncategorized

Last year Oklahoma joined 46 other states in legalizing some types of medical marijuana. The state now allows for the use of specific marijuana derivatives, particularly compound cannabidiol oil, to help treat children and adults who suffer from seizures. Oklahoma’s current law is limited, but it paves the way for more research and clinical trials […]

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Posted on February 24, 2016, Uncategorized

OKLAHOMA PROBATE LAW: DO I NEED A WILL? There are two primary reasons why everyone should execute a Last Will & Testament, regardless of the size of their estate or the level of their assets: (1) to ensure that their subjective intent is followed; and (2) to ensure the efficient disbursement of their assets upon […]

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Brown & Gould, PLLC,
136 NW 10th Street
Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405-235-4500
Fax: 405-235-4507    
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.