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Stillwater Child Custody Attorney

Prioritizing the Needs of Your Child

Fairly Dividing Custody Between ExesPerhaps no matter is more important in a divorce than making sure your children are fully taken care of. Unfortunately, many times both parents cannot come to an agreement on how this should be accomplished. Whether you and the other parent are on the same page about raising your children, or if you need legal help to come to an agreement, you can trust Campbell Law Office, PLLC.

Our founding attorney, Alyssa Campbell, is backed by more than 15 years of experience. Over the years, she has helped countless families resolve difficult issues and pursue what is best for their loved ones. Our firm is committed to providing personal legal services at affordable rates.

Our Stillwater child custody lawyer, Alyssa Campbell, can help guide you through this process. Our role is to be both advocate and counselor. We advocate aggressively for clients' rights and stand up for them when they can’t stand up for themselves. While we firmly believe that attending mediation and working through the decisions with the client is best, we also believe in being realistic, which is why we stand by their side, no matter what path the case may take. Our clients need someone to listen to them and someone who can tell them the best way to respond to difficult situations. They need resources and we try to help them find those as well. We want all of our clients to understand the law, the process, their case, and their options.

Learn more about our firm and your options by contacting us today.

What Is Sole and Joint Custody?

Joint Custody in Oklahoma

Custody is defined in Oklahoma statute Title. 43 §112. Joint legal custody occurs when both parents share in the responsibilities of making decisions that will affect their child’s upbringing, such as education, medical decisions, and more.

Sole Custody in Oklahoma

Sole legal custody means that only one of those parents will have to make those decisions.

"Birdnesting" in Oklahoma

The state also recognizes split custody decisions and "birdnesting," or when a child or children stay in a single home and both parents rotate their time in that home on a set schedule.

How Is Child Custody Determined?

Oklahoma's child custody laws are adapted from the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act, or UCCJEA. It takes into account a wide variety of factors. The goal in a child custody matter, however, is to make sure that the child’s best interests are looked after.

Some of the factors involved in determining child custody include:

  • History of abuse
  • Stability of circumstances
  • Who provides primary care
  • Where the children have the most ties
  • How long the parents work per day
  • Children’s preference

Can Child Custody Be Modified?

Child custody can be modified if circumstances change and it is no longer in the best interest of the child to leave things as they are.

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From start to finish, you can count on our team to provide you with the support and information you need. We are passionate about making sure our clients have thoroughly explored all their options and been given the resources necessary to have the best chance at success. We are available to answer your questions and address your concerns whenever you have them.

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Why Hire Campbell Law Office PLLC?

  1. We offer payment plans regardless of your legal matter.
  2. Our Attorney is certified in Tribal & Native American Law.
  3. We offer over the phone & in person consultations.
  4. We treat our clients with respect & compassion.
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