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5 Things You Need to Know About Child Custody Matters

by Ball Morse Lowe on September 28, 2018

In 2017, about 19.97 million children in the United States lived in single-parent households. And, according to the U.S. Census, this is a significant change from 8.2 million children in 1970. If you and your spouse are going through a divorce and have children younger than 18, you’re not alone, and child custody will be an important factor in the process. 

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How to Gracefully Handle the Situation When Divorce Papers Arrive

by Ball Morse Lowe on September 14, 2018


Whether it comes as a surprise or if it was a long time coming, being served divorce papers can be an overwhelming experience. Most people aren’t able to think clearly in the days, or even weeks, that follow. While you don’t necessarily have to act immediately, you’ll need

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How to Get a Divorce in Oklahoma: The Process From Start to Finish

by Ball Morse Lowe on August 14, 2018

Divorce serves two main purposes: to end a marital relationship and establish a fair division of assets and debts. If you’re considering ending a marriage, you’re likely experiencing a range of emotions. You’re also beginning to assess the factors of divorce that’ll affect your day-to-day activities.

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The Reality of Divorce Papers: 8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Signing

by Ball Morse Lowe on August 7, 2018

Divorce can be a messy process, one you want to end quickly so you can move on with your life. It’s emotional; it’s tiring and has the ability to affect your rational thinking. However, there are negative consequences of jumping into divorce. It can cause you financial stress, anger and missing out on the assets you deserve.

Before you sign your name on the dotted line and cut legal ties, we recommend asking yourself these eight questions to achieve a better outcome for your divorce.


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Five Common Types of Divorce

by Ball Morse Lowe on May 17, 2018

Divorce proceedings have changed over time. Previously, courts only granted a divorce when one spouse was able to prove the other was “at fault” for the dissolution of their marriage - either by neglect, abuse, or engaging in an affair, etc.

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5 Recommendations to Consider Once You've Decided to Divorce

by Bow Bottomly on February 15, 2018

In my last blog post, we discussed the The Top 10 Recommendations to Consider Before Filing for Divorce When Children are Involved.

This week we will cover the Top 5 recommendations to consider once the decision to get divorced has been made. While every circumstance is different, these are recommendations that can apply to almost every divorce.

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Joint Custody Modifications

by Ball Morse Lowe on February 13, 2018

You have a Joint Custody Plan with the other parent, but things are not going well. How do you know if it is time to make a change?

What is Going on at Home?

Practically, you may be experiencing trouble agreeing on what is best for your children.

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The Top 10 Recommendations to Consider Before Filing for Divorce When Children are Involved

by Bow Bottomly on January 2, 2018

If you have children and are considering filing for divorce then please consider the below recommendations. My hope is that these recommendation will assist you in preparing to file for divorce and your choice of which attorney will represent you.

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