Practice AreasFamily Law

Family Law

Family law is an umbrella term used to describe the type of law or lawyer who practices in the areas of: divorce, annulment, child custody, child support, adoption, property settlement, alimony, pre-nuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, domestic violence, juvenile protective orders and child abuse. If you are dealing with any of these issues, you will most likely be referred to a “family law” lawyer.

Adoption

If you are thinking about adoption with your loved one or as an individual, Wilson Law Office, PLLC is here to assist, support and guide you through your legal journey. We offer our experienced legal assistance for a variety of adoption issues. While the adoption process may at first seem intimidating and overwhelming, we can effectively guide you through your unique adoption journey swiftly and successfully.

Divorce

The decision to end a relationship and seek a divorce is one of the most difficult you'll ever make. You want a divorce attorney on your side to clearly explain every step, option and legal detail, so you can confidently start the next part of your life with peace of mind. We understand that you are an individual and your circumstances are different from anyone else’s. For this reason, we are dedicated to providing you with personalized service. We will create a strategy that is unique to you and your situation, whether you are facing a low conflict divorce, or a high conflict divorce with or without child custody disagreements. 

DHS Deprived Cases

When the Department of Human Services steps in to protect the well-being of a child, it can seem overwhelming and hopeless to many parents who simply want what’s best for their child. You need an attorney who is experienced in dealing with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services both in and out of the courtroom. Wilson Law Office, PLLC will immediately contact DHS and fight for your rights. 

Guardianship

Normally, parents have the legal right to make decisions for their children. Sometimes this is not possible, and someone else needs to step in to take care of a child. A guardianship may be needed over a child if there is no parent available to care for a child. A guardian over the child's estate may be needed if the child inherited assets (for instance, life insurance or cash accounts). This protects the assets until the child is an adult. Wilson Law Office, PLLC recognizes the seriousness of this situation and can assist with providing safety and security for the child and/or the child's assets.