In these situations, it is important that parents understand the laws surrounding child custody and child support in Oklahoma. Both parents are financially obligated to support their child, which means that in most cases the non-custodial parent may have to pay child support. In addition, there are many different ways a child custody plan can be made that will give the child an opportunity to spend quality time with each parent. However, when parents are estranged, creating such a plan can be difficult and may require professional help.
The attorneys at Baysinger Henson Reimer & Cresswell PLLC have represented many clients in Oklahoma child custody and child support cases. They have experience not only in courtroom litigation, but also in mediation and collaborative law. Not only have they handled cases involving initial child custody and child support cases, but they have also helped clients who are seeking a modification of an order, enforcement of an order and they have also represented clients in paternity cases.
Trying to figure out a parenting plan that meets the needs of both the child and the parents can be difficult, but with experienced help it can be done. Our firm’s child custody overview may help parents understand their legal options in child custody cases.