What is involuntary manslaughter? Involuntary manslaughter in Oklahoma is an unintentional killing that is considered homicide. It is a crime of negligence. However, if negligence can't be proven, it's an excusable homicide that can't be punished. A possible example of this is if someone breaks into your house in Chickasha and you wrestle with him. He has a gun, and the gun … [Read more...] about How Does Oklahoma Define Involuntary Manslaughter?
What is a Protective Order? A protective order, also known as a restraining order, is designed to prevent one party from being in proximity to another, usually for safety reasons. When someone is facing a threat or harassment, they may file for a protective order to keep that person away from them. Protective orders in Chickasha offer space and safety for someone who feels … [Read more...] about Grady County Family Law: Protective Orders
A Change in Your Grandkid's Life is a Change in Yours Has a recent life change affected the status of your relationship with your grandkid(s)? Perhaps your child went through a separation or divorce. Maybe your grandchild was adopted. Possibly your grandkid's parent is incapacitated or even incarcerated. If you're afraid that your relationship with your grandchild will change, … [Read more...] about Grady County Family Law: Grandparents Rights
What is child support, and why is it important? Oklahoma child support can be confusing or even daunting. Whether you're paying it or receiving it, it's important to understand the laws. Child support in Chickasha is for people who have a child they are not raising together. It's designed to ensure that the child is being financially supported by both parents. Whether you … [Read more...] about Understanding Oklahoma Child Support Laws