What do you do when you need to give somebody else temporary authority over your children?
Our Client had multiple ongoing probation periods in multiples counties and was charged with a DUI complicated by child endangerment. He thought for sure that he was going back to prison.
The District Attorney's office recommended just that -- prison time.
Our client called Childers & Motsinger right away. With the help of Childers & Motsinger, our client was able to show the Assistant District Attorney in charge of the case that he was serious about changing his life.
He got one more chance, this time with the help he needed and he's with his family at home right now.
This is good advice. If you're in trouble don't talk to the cops. Talk to your lawyers instead. If you're in trouble, call today!
Childers & Motsinger, P.C. is proud to announce our new consolidated location in Bank of Oklahoma Plaza. Our new address
- 201 Robert S. Kerr, Suite 1001
- Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102
Our other contact information and service areas remain unchanged. Any questions should be directed to E. W. Childers at (405) 793-3332.
If there are no minor children: In Oklahoma, a divorce, by statute can be granted no fewer than 10 days after the petition is filed. So if a divorce petition is filed on the 1st, then the Court could grant the divorce on the 11th. That timing assumes that all the paperwork is done and executed by both parties and that there are no issues which remain for the Court to decide and the Court can schedule the matter fairly soon (no jury trial docket or anything else taking up the Court’s time).