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Family Law: A Brief Overview
Family Law is a legal field that deals with matters of family relationships, such as marriage, divorce, adoption, guardianship, and child support and custody. At Elton Jenkins Law, P.L.L.C., we understand the complexities of family law and are committed to providing exceptional legal representation to all of our clients.
Our team of experienced family law attorneys is headed by Eric Krioer, who has over 10 years of experience in family law. With Eric's expertise and dedication to our clients, we provide compassionate, knowledgeable, and aggressive legal assistance to ensure our clients' rights are protected.
We strive to bring peace of mind to all of our clients that their legal matters are being taken care of properly and efficiently.
WHAT WE DO
We Offer a Variety of Family Law Services
Find out information on how to start the adoption process in Oklahoma.
To adopt in Oklahoma, you must be at least 21. An individual or husband and wife jointly may adopt, or one spouse may adopt in a stepparent or relative adoption.
Asset & Property Division
Find out how the division of assets and property works when divorcing.
There are two general ways property division is handled, depending on state law: Community Property and Equitable Distribution.
Child Support & Alimony
More information on specifics of Child Support & Alimony.
Unless the parents have approximately equal custody time with the children and make roughly the same amount of money, one parent will normally pay child support to the other.
Custody & Visitation
Find out more about custody & visitation.
In Oklahoma, the courts are focused on the best interests of the child. Courts look at the facts of each case and consider a series of factors.
Find out how to start the process of divorce.
There are 12 grounds for divorce in Oklahoma, only a few are commonly used.
Find out information on how to start the paternity process in Oklahoma.
Other than marriage, there are two basic methods that unmarried Oklahoma parents take to establish paternity.