Resources / Links
Please click on the following links.
Legal and Court Resources:
- Oklahoma Academy of Collaborative Professionals
This is the Oklahoma Academy of Collaborative Professionals website. It explains the collaborative process and lists all the members of our local group. These members have had specialized training in order to be collaborative professionals
- International Association of Collaborative Professionals This is the collaborative professionals’ international organization called International Academy of Collaborative Professionals. This website also gives information about the collaborative process.
- Oklahoma Association of Mediators and Arbitrators This is the website for mediators and arbitrators in Oklahoma. It outlines the code of conduct for mediators.
- Tulsa County District Court Families in Transition Program This is the Tulsa County Family Court website. It has the family law judges, their daily dockets, a child support computation program, resources and forms.
- Divorce Information Sites
- Oklahoma Supreme Court Network. This is the court network for the State of Oklahoma. You may follow your court docket sheet on this website by going to the home page and clicking “court dockets”. You then choose your county, and type in your case number to see your docket sheet. This is also a good website for finding the statutes and case law. (www.oscn.net)
- Tulsa County Bar Association. The membership organization for Tulsa attorneys. (www.tulsabar.com)
- Oklahoma Bar Association The membership organization for Oklahoma attorneys. (www.okbar.org)
- American Bar Association. The membership organization for attorneys in the United States.
Resources for Parents:
Resources for all Clients:
- Nolo. A resource for clients to review the law surrounding difference legal issues. (www.nolo.com)
- Findlaw. This is one of several websites which help you locate attorneys in your geographic area. (www.findlaw.com) and (www.lawyers.com)
- Martindale. This is one of several websites which help you locate attorneys in your geographic area. (www.martindale.com)
- Lawyers Listing. This is one of several websites which help you locate attorneys in your geographic area. (www.lawyerslistings.com)
- Better Business Bureau. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is the resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses. (www.bbb.org)
Mental Health Resources:
Oklahoma Law Enforcement
INCOME TAX INFORMATION
The Collaborative Way to Divorce
Stuart G. Webb and Ronald D. Ousky
“This book outlines the revolutionary method that results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and Happier Kids without Going To Court”
Pauline H. Tesler, MA, JD and Peggy Thompson, PhD.
A step by step explanation of the collaborative law process and how the collaborative team works together to assist divorcing couples.
What in the World Do You Do When Your Parents Divorce?
Kent Winchester and Roberta Beyer
A guide for families with children, aged 7-12.
Rebuilding, 3rd ed.
Dr. Bruce Fisher and Dr. Robert Alberti
One of the best selling books about divorce of all time now in its third edition. A step by step guide to rebuilding your life after a divorce.
Parenting After Divorce
Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D.
A guide to how to keep children out of the divorce and the conflict between the parents and how to focus on what is in the children’s best interest. The book covers how to amicably share custody, the importance of keeping the child out of the middle of conflict, the need to take care of oneself and much more.
Divorced But Still My Parents
Shirley Thomas, Ph.D. and Dorothy Rankin
This book is written to help children with their reactions to divorce. It has a workbook for children to use as they read. Very imaginative and helpful.
After Your Divorce
Cynthia MacGregor and Robert E. Albertt, Ph.D.
As manual for women rebuilding their lives after divorce and guidance on how to build a life on your own.
Parents Are Forever
Shirley Thomas, Ph.D.
This book leads parents gently, in step-by-step fashion, toward becoming successful coparents after divorce.
Divorce After 50
A guide to the unique financial and emotional aspects to divorce later in life.
Divorce and Money: How to Make the Best Financial Decisions During Divorce
Violet Woodhouse, CFP and Dale Feathering
Outlines how to determine the real value of marital property and options regarding division.