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Liability Insurance: Membership Has Its Privileges

Published May 07, 2012
Governor Fallin recently signed a new bill into law that limits the types of damages plaintiff-motorists may recover if they fail to comply with the state’s compulsory insurance law. This type of law is commonly referred to as “no pay, no play” legislation. . More →

To Sell Or Not To Sell

Published December 21, 2010
You have probably seen on television investment programs, heard on the radio and read in the Wall Street Journal that the tax reductions enacted in 2001 and 2003 will expire at the end of this year. How will we be affected if Congress fails to act? More →

Collaborative Law

Published November 09, 2010
It is unfortunate that nearly fifty percent of marriages wind up in divorce. And the legal process by which divorces are obtained is confusing, often hostile, and certainly expensive. Since the place to obtain a divorce is in court, one has to sue their spouse in the same way someone would sue for a breach of contract. So a divorce is basically a lawsuit against your spouse. Even the style of a case: “Dick vs. Jane” sounds like a set-up for a fight. More →

If Lindsay Lohan were in Oklahoma

Published August 11, 2010
As you may have heard, Lindsay Lohan, the once and perhaps future starlet, is serving time for violation of her probation. She had been found to be driving under the influence of alcohol, was given a suspended sentence, and failed to abide by the terms of her probation. As a result of this, she was forced to do some time in the custody of the government of the State of California. More →

Starting Your Own Business

Published February 24, 2010
Starting your own business is a giant step, full of anticipation and uncertainty. Most people look forward to being their own boss. Coupled with the dream of independence is the fear of being responsible for all aspects of the business. Your attorney is qualified to remove some of the uncertainties of getting your business going. More →

What To Do When Your Spouse Dies

Published February 12, 2010
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Auto Insurance Quick Reference Guide

Published February 12, 2010
“Full coverage” is a term without any real meaning. Realistically, you cannot ask your agent for full coverage and truly know what it is you’re buying. Insurance coverage isn’t like a big umbrella. Instead, it’s like a series of small umbrellas. If you don’t have the right ones open…you might get soaked! Talk to your agent not only to get the full story, but also to get the exact coverage you want. More →

Preparing for a Divorce

Published November 17, 2009
You have just learned that your personal life looks the subject of a soap-opera: Your marriage is falling apart. Other than the death of a loved one, this is likely the most serious dilemma of your life. Here are some practical pointers for what to do if your marriage is beyond saving. More →

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Liability Insurance: Membership Has Its Privileges

Governor Fallin recently signed a new bill into law that limits the types of damages plaintiff-motorists may recover if they fail to comply with the state’s compulsory insurance law. This type of law is commonly referred to as “no pay, no play” legislation. More →

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