Family Law Attorneys in Tulsa
Filing contested and uncontested divorces
Eagleton, Eagleton & Harrison, Inc. represents clients in various family law matters, especially divorce, mediation, adoptions, and guardianships. We handle both uncontested and contested divorces and support the interests of our clients on the points that matter most:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Visitation rights
- Spousal support (alimony)
- Property division
Our attorneys are sensitive to the fact that many of our family law clients are dealing with difficult personal issues. We focus on relieving any anxiety that you might have about the legal process, keeping you updated on any developments and welcoming your questions.
Resolving disputes through mediation
Eagleton, Eagleton & Harrison also offers divorce mediation services to clients hoping to resolve difficult issues outside of court. Mediation, which can lead to legally binding divorce settlements, encourages respectful discussion as a means to reaching voluntary solutions. Mediation also has the added benefit of being discreet, which can be quite important for parents wishing to limit their children’s exposure to the divorce.
Contact our Tulsa family law firm to learn more about filing divorce and mediation.
Appointing a guardian
Even though people are living longer thanks to advancements in medicine and technology, as well as increased awareness about health and lifestyle issues, they are not always capable of living through old age on their own. When an adult can no longer make important decisions regarding health, personal finances, property, or other matters, then it may be necessary to appoint a guardian.
In order for a court to appoint a guardian, it must first be proved that the person requiring assistance—i.e., the ward—is incapacitated. At Eagleton, Eagleton & Harrison, a guardianship attorney can walk you through the steps of proving incapacity and the legal process of nominating a guardian for your loved one, or managing the affairs of a minor child in need of a guardian.