Depending on the services you are looking for, our Noble offices are here to help you, your family, or your company through any case listed in this guide.
With over a decade helping clients throughout Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado, our attorneys understand what it takes to achieve results for each client we serve. We are committed to providing solutions for our clients, no matter the complexities that arise during a case. Additionally, our services are budget friendly compared to many other options throughout the Noble, Oklahoma area.
If you find a service area that fits what you’re looking for, please contact our attorneys serving the Noble area today!
Over the course of Ball Morse Lowe’s history, our attorneys have been dedicated to providing clients with the solutions they’re looking for, and family law is no exception to this rule. Our family law attorneys see the largest number of cases, and our family law team has expanded quickly as a result. Our family law attorneys understand that many of these cases hit close to home and have the potential to end relationships and families if not handled properly.
Many forget the number of services we provide when it comes to our family law practice. Divorce and custody battles are two of the most commonly used services in our family law practice, and we also provide services in adoption, protective orders, paternity, and father’s rights.
Here are detailed descriptions for all of the services we provide to residents living in Noble:
Adoption – Adopting a child can be one of the most exciting parts of life, but also one of the most complex. Adoption is infamous for being time-consuming, and not understanding your options may effect the result you are attempting to achieve. With the correct advice from an experienced family law lawyer, you will understand everything it takes to welcome this new member to the family.
Child Custody – Custody battles are known for being time-consuming and messy in many cases. Normally, both parents believe spending more time with them is what's best for the child, but it’s crucial to remember that this isn't always the solution. The courts attempt to find a solution that’s in the best interest of the child. If you are looking to achieve results with your former partner regarding child custody, contact our family law firm!
Divorce – Divorce, similar to child custody, is time-consuming and messy, even in the best cases. At its very best, you will lose half of the assets you and your former spouse have gathered through the marriage. If you have children with your former spouse, you must also go through a child custody battle. If you are seeking the help of an experienced professional specializing in divorce, look no further than our family law lawyers in Noble.
Protective Orders – Being the victim of abuse may leave you feeling isolated, and often helpless to remedy the situation you are dealing with. It is absolutely critical you remember that you aren't alone and there are options available that can help you, including protective orders. With a protective order, you can make sure the abuser doesn’t have the chance to contact you in any way without ramifications. If you or a loved one are looking for a protective order, please contact our offices right away to explore your options.
Father’s Rights – Understanding your rights as a father may seem like you do not have an option when it comes to visitation. However, our family law attorneys are committed to granting fathers the ability to visit their children if possible. If you are looking to further understand your rights as a father, contact one of our attorneys today!
Paternity – Establishing paternity can be a complex process, but it must be established in some cases to determine legal rights for the father, health insurance, and child support. There are three methods the courts use to establish paternity, including parentage, presumption, and acknowledgement. If you’re looking to determine paternity, look no further than our experienced family law attorneys.
The appeal process in Oklahoma family law serves as an indispensable judicial recourse, providing a means for individuals to seek redress for decisions perceived to be flawed due to legal oversight, judicial discretion errors, or verdicts not supported by the evidence. The array of family law matters eligible for appeal is extensive, covering various significant aspects of familial relationships and responsibilities.
Divorce Decisions - Appeals in family law frequently center around disputes emanating from the dissolution of marriage. These include contested outcomes related to the equitable division of marital assets and liabilities, alimony determinations, and other critical elements of the divorce decree. Parties may initiate an appeal on the grounds that these decisions were predicated on incorrect legal application or factual misinterpretation.
Child Custody and Visitation - The welfare of children stands as the foremost concern in family law, with appellate scrutiny often directed towards custody and visitation rulings. Such appeals typically contest the trial court's custody assignments or visitation schedules, asserting that these decisions inadequately reflected the child's best interests or were founded on inaccurate legal reasoning.
Child Support - Appeals regarding child support payments challenge the trial court's adherence to or deviation from established calculation guidelines, alleging improper justification or faulty financial analysis.
Adoption - Legal challenges in adoption cases may appeal decisions related to the termination of parental rights or the finalization of the adoption, contending that the trial court neglected essential evidence or did not comply with applicable legal standards.
Paternity - In paternity disputes, appeals can emerge from contested rulings with profound implications for custody, visitation, and child support, focusing on the validity of the trial court's legal and procedural underpinnings.
Protective Orders - Appeals can also stem from trial court decisions regarding the issuance, refusal, or terms of protective orders in domestic violence or harassment cases, arguing that the decision contradicted the protective intentions of the law or overlooked relevant evidence.
Enforcement and Modification Orders - Orders to enforce or modify existing family law judgments (related to custody, visitation, child support, or alimony) are also subject to appeals, typically asserting overlooked new evidence, erroneous findings, or legal misapplication by the trial court.
Given the complexity of the appellate process and the paramount importance of the issues involved, individuals contemplating an appeal are strongly advised to engage attorneys specializing in Oklahoma family law appeals. Such legal professionals are essential for navigating the appellate landscape, formulating precise legal arguments, and advocating effectively for the desired judicial outcome. For expert legal guidance, contact us at 405.701.5355 or email email@example.com.
Estate plans are often disregarded, with many thinking they can put off an estate plan until later in life. As many know, life does not come with guarantees. As terrifying as it is to think about, you never know when you may pass away. However, it’s highly recommended to pursue an estate plan with the help of an estate planning attorney sooner rather than later.
Estate Planning – Creating an estate plan is an important step in planning for the second half of your life. Because these plans determine how your assets are distributed following your passing, many think they don’t need to create one until later in life. However, it is strongly recommended to create an estate plan at any point during your adult life, as you never know what may happen down the line.
Elder Law – Elder law is the education provided to seniors on how to properly plan their finances for the second half of life. At Ball Morse Lowe, we understand the nature of elder law, and we are here to make the process as smooth we possibly can. We value each of our clients, and our seniors are no exception to this belief.
Cohabitation Agreements – If you and your partner are looking for some financial security in your relationship, without getting married, cohabitation agreements may be the right choice. With a cohabitation agreement, you can determine how you would both like to share your assets during the relationship and what happens to them if the relationship ends. If you and your partner are interested in a cohabitation agreement, contact our estate planning attorneys today to explore your options!
Probate – Probate is a long, pricey, and public case where the state of Oklahoma determines how your assets are distributed following your death. Even in cases with a will, probate is still required. There are a select number of estate plans that avoid probate, but we understand that sometimes avoiding probate is impossible. If a loved one failed to create an estate plan, leaving you and the rest of the family to gather their estate following their passing, we are here to help make this process as easy as possible.
Power of Attorney – A power of attorney is a legally binding document that serves as an agreement between an incapacitated individual and their selected agent, who acts on this incapacitated individual’s behalf once they become unable to make decisions on their own. These powers can range from financial matters to medical matters, but both must adhere to the guidelines created this incapacitated individual.
Wills and Trusts – Wills and trusts are the most commonly used examples of estate plans that Ball Morse Lowe provides. Wills are legal documents that select your beneficiaries and assets, and who your minor children’s’ guardian will be following your death. With a trust, you can also select your beneficiaries and assets, as well as entirely avoid probate following your passing. At Ball Morse Lowe, we provide services for both of these estate plans, but we strongly recommend a trust over a will if you wish to avoid probate altogether.
Business law can be a specific service area, as it does not apply to every individual in Oklahoma like family law or estate planning does. However, for those entity owners, these services are absolutely important to keep their company performing its very best. Throughout the lifetime of an entity, it is natural to hit speed bumps along the way that cause these companies to go to court. Below we have provided a list for all the services you may be seeking in Noble.
Acquisitions – Buying a business is a big step in becoming a business owner. Both the buyer and seller have critical roles, with the buyer creating the paperwork and the seller negotiating prices. Purchasing a company can require entity formations, require leases, financing arrangements, valuations, and contracts. Our business law attorneys are committed to making this process go as smoothly as possible.
Entity Formation – Starting a company from the ground up can be an exciting, but challenging part of your company’s timeline. We understand you may want to create the company as quickly as possible to get started, but it’s important to following all procedures in the creation of this business. With an entity formation attorney, you can rest knowing you’re following all steps to create a company with a bright future.
Succession Planning – Following numerous years of a successful business, you may have recently decided that it is time to pass the torch to a new owner. You understand that this choice is important, as it will determine the future of the company. At Ball Morse Lowe, our business law attorneys understand the importance of this decision, and we are devoted to achieving these results to the best of our ability.
Business Litigation – After nearly a decade and a half in business, Ball Morse Lowe understands that every piece of litigation we deal with is unique, and business litigation matters are no exception. Business litigation can be pricey, depending if you are the owner of a small or large company. Our business law attorneys are here to help you navigate the litigation process, and we personalize each of the cases we deal with.
Mergers and Divestitures – Merging two or more companies into one entity can seem complex, but the process can be easier with the help of an experienced professional. Divestitures are on the opposite side of mergers, as they allow a company to transfer any assets it no longer requires. Regardless of the service you’re seeking, our business law attorneys have a wide array of knowledge available to you.
Enlisting a criminal defense attorney in Oklahoma provides invaluable advantages, merging empathy with specialized knowledge and a comprehensive grasp of the legal framework. These experts handle the subtleties of criminal law, offering empathetic support and bespoke strategies derived from their profound understanding of Oklahoma's legal statutes, procedural norms, and defense mechanisms. They assess your case's merits and drawbacks, maneuver through the judicial system, and engage in plea negotiations, aiming to secure reduced charges or alternative sentencing solutions that lessen the impact of criminal charges on your personal and professional life.
Criminal Expungement - Achieving a fresh start is a common aspiration for individuals with a criminal record. Criminal expungement offers this opportunity, enabling the concealment or sealing of past convictions from public access. This process significantly benefits individuals in practical terms, as it prevents landlords and potential employers from uncovering these records during background checks. It's crucial to understand that expungement differs from a pardon and requires judicial approval.
The expungement process demands a thorough understanding of legal procedures, and eligibility varies widely. Collaborating with a proficient law firm significantly enhances the likelihood of a favorable expungement outcome. If you're seeking to erase the shadows of past mistakes and embrace a new beginning, contact Ball Morse Lowe for specialized legal advice and comprehensive support. Reach us at 405.701.5355 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation.
For the final section in this guide to our services in Noble, we have created a compilation of our services that you may still be seeking after reading through family law, estate planning and wills, and business law. None of these options fit into these categories, but we understand they're important services nonetheless.
Real Estate – Commercial or residential estates, no matter where they're in the country, are subject to certain legal matters every now and then. Whether you are seeking services in lease negotiations, contract breaches, contract disputes, warranty breaches, fraud, or foreclosure, our real estate attorneys are here to help you through these matters!
Product Liability – We have all been there. After buying a product, the item turns out to be completely defective. These items are usually easily refunded at the store you purchased them from, but what happens when this product is so harmful it causes injuries? If you have been injured due to a defective product, please contact our attorneys to explore your reimbursement options.
Personal Injury – Have you ever been injured in an accident due to the negligence of another? If so, our attorneys can help you explore your options! We understand accidents happen, but when someone injures another after not properly paying attention, they're endangering another individual’s life. It’s important to correct this behavior if possible, and our attorneys can help you make it right!
Ball Morse Lowe has a variety of attorneys available to you in the Noble area. Whether they service clients in family law, estate planning and wills, business law, or any other service area, our attorneys are devoted to providing solutions that work for you, your family, or your your business.
It is understandable to have additional questions about any of these services. If you are seeking more information on any of these services or are looking for another service not listed, please schedule your free consultation with Ball Morse Lowe today by calling 405.701.5355 or emailing email@example.com.
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