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Your Right to Retirement Assets
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Going through a divorce is never easy, and we at Military Law Group understand that. One of the most challenging aspects of this process can be the division of property, particularly when it comes to your retirement assets. We're here to guide you through this complex journey, providing you with valuable information and professional assistance to secure what is rightfully yours.

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Finding Hidden Income and Assets
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In our home state of Oklahoma, the law stipulates that assets are divided equitably during a divorce. This doesn't necessarily mean a 50/50 split, but rather a fair distribution based on several factors like the duration of the marriage, the contribution of each spouse to the acquisition of assets, and the financial needs of both parties.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Family Law & Divorce in Oklahoma
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Marriage is a lifelong proposition—at the start. However, reality can sometimes get in the way of that prospect. The two partners may grow apart and find living together no longer tenable. In these situations, separation and divorce can loom large.

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Understanding Search and Seizure Laws in Oklahoma
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The Bill of Rights is now over 220 years old and within it are some of the most fundamental civil rights that we still can count on today as Americans. One of these, the Fourth Amendment, protects people from unreasonable searches and seizures and remains a powerful protection that is still honored under the law.

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Gun Usage for Self-Defense in an Open Carry State
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Some states in our nation require a duty to retreat if a person is threatened with harm. In Oklahoma, though, you can defend yourself even with deadly force if your life is in danger. Oklahoma honors its residents’ Second Amendment guarantees and recognizes the right to self-defense, falling under what are normally referred to as the Castle doctrine and the stand-your-ground doctrine.

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Should I Still Hire an Attorney if I Think I’m Guilty?
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There are many solid reasons why the U.S. Supreme Court in 1966 ordered police and prosecutors to read what has become known as the Miranda Rights warning before interrogating a suspect.

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Mental Health and Criminal Defense
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Everyone needs to be held accountable for their actions. However, mental health problems can affect a person’s ability to comprehend their actions. So, does it mean mental health can be used as a defense to criminal charges?

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Are There Alternatives to Going to Jail?
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In Oklahoma, imprisonment remains one of the most common punishments that are usually imposed on defendants convicted of misdemeanor and felony crimes. However, incarceration is known to cause harm to the mental and physical health of defendants, psychological stress, increased risks of recidivism, and issues with family members. Thankfully, sentencing alternatives such as diversion programs, house arrest, probation, and community service can help reform or rehabilitate offenders properly while avoiding the adverse impacts of institutionalization.

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Criminal Defense FAQs
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Dealing with criminal charges can be a confusing and often overwhelming experience. Facing charges can impact your reputation, your employment, and your livelihood. A conviction can really have devastating effects on all areas of your life.

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Breakdown of New Oklahoma Drug Laws
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Oklahoma is among the states in the U.S. where medical cannabis is legal, while recreational marijuana remains illegal. Eligible citizens in the state may be issued medicinal marijuana licenses, which allow them to possess small quantities of cannabis for medical purposes.

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