Attorney Matt Ingham and the staff members at Bulldog Divorce provide serious, aggressive services for their clients. They focus on Family Law and have helped more than five hundred clients during the past ten years. Mr. Ingham focuses mostly on divorce cases, child custody cases, child support issues, and motions to modify.
Wagoner Attorney – Q & A
What Is Divorce: When you file for Divorce, you make a request to ‘dissolve’ the marriage. When you file for divorce, you and your spouse are making a request to the Judge that your union be ‘dissolved’ in the eyes of the law;
What Is A Contested Divorce: A Contested Divorce is simply one where you and your spouse have been unable to settle certain legal issues in your case. When some issues still remain that you and your spouse are unable to settle, then it is advised you contact a Wagoner Attorney. The Attorney will be able to help you settle;
What If You And Your Spouse Are Unable To Settle: If your case is unable to be settled, then your case will need to be presented to the Judge. In Wagoner County, Family Law cases are filed at the Wagoner District Court House;
Why Have A Contested Divorce: No one plans to have a Contested Divorce. Often times though, one of the spouses is being unreasonable demands and as a result a Contested Divorce is needed. When this happens, it is advised you contact an Attorney. The Attorney will help you settle your case. If your case cannot be settled, the Attorney will proceed to file your case at the Wagoner District Court House. Further, the Attorney will present your case to the Judge if needed;
Why Use Bulldog: Wagoner Attorney Matt Ingham has helped more than five hundred clients during the past ten years . Also, the office staff at Bulldog Divorce have been hard at work for YEARS helping clients in Family Law. At the present time, Bulldog Divorce has a 92% client satisfaction rating. Lastly, Mr. Ingham does offer free consultations.
WHAT TYPE OF CASE DO I HAVE?
Being divorced is not the same as being legally separated. Being legally separated is not the same as having your marriage ‘annulled’. When you seek divorce, you and your spouse request that the Judge dissolve your marriage due to incompatibility. When you seek divorce, you and your spouse request that the Judge ‘end’ your marriage and ‘dissolve’ the union.
Being legally separated does not ‘end’ your marriage. Being legally separated allows the marriage to still exist while you and your spouse live apart from each other. When you seek legal separation, you and your spouse request that the Judge affirm your marriage, but also allow you and your spouse to live apart from each other. The legal grounds for seeking legal separation often times is incompatibility. During the period of legal separation, most couples attempt to ‘work’ on the marriage.
Having your marriage annulled effectively ‘ends’ the marriage. Unlike divorce though, when you seek an annulment you and your spouse request that the Judge ‘undo’ the marriage. When you seek annulment, you and your spouse request that the Judge ‘void’ the marriage so that in the eyes of the law, your marriage never existed. The legal grounds used for seeking annulment often include: bigamy, coercion, and fraud, etc.
Call Our Office For A Free Consult
If you need to speak to a Family Attorney, you can call Bulldog Divorce at (918) 591-2565.
3178 South 208th East Avenue
Broken Arrow, OK 74014
(Bulldog Divorce Is No Longer At This Location)
Our New Address:
4743 South Union Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74107