When faced with the life changing decisions surrounding separation and divorce, it is important to choose an attorney you feel you can trust to be your advocate. Daniel Gray brings his personal and professional experience to the practice of family law. Mr. Gray will work with you to find the best solutions for your individual needs as you navigate together through the often confusing legal process. We handle the following types of family law cases:
Dissolution of Marriage
Child Custody, Visitation & Support
Property, Division & Support
Domestic Violence/Protective Orders
When you need family law representation in Northeastern Oklahoma, turn to Daniel Gray. Taking into account your needs for today and the future, we will help you reach solutions that are right for you and your loved ones.
The process of ending a marriage can be a stressful experience for everyone in the family. Divorce cases are first and foremost about the lives, relationships, and futures of the people involved. Given the sensitive nature of this process, you need a compassionate attorney with the skills to develop the best possible plan to address your financial and emotional needs as you and your children start a new life.
One of the primary duties of a parent is to fully support the growth, health and development of their children. For a primary caregiver/custodial parent, this includes everything from keeping a roof over their heads to shuttling them to school or practice, but following a divorce the term “child support” takes on another meaning.
Although the parties may not believe child support is an issue, the court is independently required to ensure that appropriate child support obligations are set in all family law cases involving children (under the theory that parents should support their children so that state taxpayers are not called upon to do so). This can be complicated and a knowledgeable child support attorney is essential to the process.
In the eyes of the law, child support is considered the responsibility of a non-custodial parent to provide direct financial support for any children in the form of payments to custodial parent.