The complexity of the legal issues and the concerns over an uncertain future can sometimes be overwhelming. During times like these, it is important that you have a strong advocate there to support you.
We will put together a solid legal strategy to get you and your children the best possible financial, physical and legal custody result.
The orders that are established when a divorce is finalized are a product of the circumstances that existed at that time. However, circumstances can change over time.
If you have a child born outside of marriage, you need to know your rights. Tamera can fully explain the various issues involved in a paternity matter. Whether you are the mother or father of a minor child, we can assist you in establishing paternity and entering an order concerning the care, custody, and support of your minor child. Most importantly, you need to understand the process and your individual rights.
Apart from a child’s own parents, the relationship with his or her grandparents is likely one of the most important relationships in a child’s life. Grandparents often serve as caregivers in a child’s early years and provide comfort in a way that nobody else can.
Relocation is one of the most hotly contested issues during and after a divorce or paternity case. Gone are the days when Oklahoma citizens were born, lived and died in the same community. At the same time that divorce rates have soared in America, so has our ability and desire to relocate for education, employment, and personal reasons.
Tamera understands that relationships are not always easy; they can be difficult and take work. Sometimes when things go bad in a personal relationship, it can turn dangerous. Domestic Violence is a serious issue that impacts every population, regardless of race, gender, age and socioeconomic level.
Families confronting the need for a guardianship or conservatorship are often experiencing a very turbulent period, such as a grandparent seeking to remove a child from an unhealthy parental environment; both biological parents of a child may have died in a tragic accident; an adult may lack the capacity to care for himself or herself.
Written agreements entered into prior to marriage are premarital agreements (also called prenuptial agreements) and are generally sought by persons who fall into one of two categories: (1) a spouse who wants to identify, separate, and protect certain assets, or (2) a spouse who is giving up a career to stay home and raise a family and wants to be financially compensated for the loss of his or her career.
Most thorough and hard working legal counsel I've ever worked with. I would never want to do business like this again, but if I had to, she's the only one I would ever pick. I have my son again and that's because of her.
Mrs. Childers has helped me though many stressful situations and is always on point. She genuinely cares about her clients, and will fight until the end! I'd definitely recommend her to anyone I know looking for a divorce/family attorney.
I was referred to Tamera after a less than perfect experience with another attorney. She proved to be knowledgeable and professional, while still being kind and compassionate. She's an excellent attorney.
Tamera has been the peace of mind I have needed in several unfortunate occasions. She is talented and very skilled at what she does. I can not imagine having anyone better on my side!!
Ms. Childers was great and walked me through a difficult time. I was treated fairly and received a great outcome. I would recommend her to anyone needing to go through a divorce.
Tamera was great to work with during a difficult time. Tamera lead me through the process and guided me on what to expect. I couldn't be happier with the outcome as Tamera fought for my rights.