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Hans Otto Lehr

Hans Otto Lehr

Oxford Lehr, PLLC
  • Divorce, Family Law, Personal Injury...
  • Oklahoma
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Summary

Hans Otto Lehr is a founding member of Oxford Lehr, PLLC., and an ambitious attorney who works hard to best serve his clients' legal needs and be an outstanding example for his family.

Ingenuity and resourcefulness are key, and he employs both to get any job done ethically and efficiently. He takes a poised and levelheaded approach to solving complex legal matters in any area of law.

His clients are extremely important to him; he prides himself on maintaining excellent relationships with existing clients.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Workers' Compensation
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    I accept contingency fees only on select cases.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Bar Association
ID Number: 30622
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Trial Attorney
Oxford Lehr, PLLC
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Education
University of Tulsa College of Law
J.D. (2011) | Law
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Awards
President's Award
Tulsa County Bar Association
Professional Associations
American Bar Association # 01613585
Member
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Tulsa County Bar Association
Member
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Oklahoma Bar Association # 30622
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Websites & Blogs
Website
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Legal Answers
33 Questions Answered

Q. In OK (Tulsa County), can I have all open Family Court cases, consolidated into one case, under one judge?
A: There are some actions you can consolidate if the parties to the action are the same, the claims arise substantially out of the same events/circumstances, and the statutes allow for it. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. I owe $20,000 in child support but if I won 50K in civil court against them for a separate matter, who owe who?
A: Yes, you would still owe child support. The two (2) judgments/awards have nothing to do with each other. You'll need to still pay the $20,000, and then collect separately your $50,000. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. Me and my spouse are separated but still married.
A: Absent a Court Order, or Order from Oklahoma DHS-CSS, there is no legal obligation for anyone to pay anyone else child support. However, if a divorce is imminent, in some cases, there may be Ordered child support back to the date of separation.
Q. How do I type up an answer to an Oklahoma divorce petition?
A: That is not really something that I can answer for you with this limited information. An attorney needs to review the Petition, and craft an Answer accordingly. If legal aid cannot assist you, you should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. Does the husband need to start paying child support before the wife even files for divorce? Will there be back support?
A: If you want to insure that you'll receive child support, you need to make sure that you get a divorce petition on file as soon as possible. You should get a lawyer to aid you in this process. Contact a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. My 16 year old grandson wants to move in with his grandparents. His dad has temp custody. Can he leave if he wants
A: As the child's legal custodian, the father is charged with his/their well-being. As such, he can decide (mostly) where the child stays and when the child stays there. Unless someone can show to the Court that the child is in danger, or where the child is staying is not in the child's best interest, there is not much anyone can do about it. To accomplish showing that to the Court, you will almost certainly need the help of an attorney. Reach out to a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. How do I legally approximate a marriage?
A: There are other rights and benefits that a spouse receives upon the death of the other, i.e. possession of real property, life insurance, retirement plans. There are also, potentially, health care decisions that could be made by a spouse. There are mechanisms that can be put in place to insure much or all of this for you all. To accomplish this, you will almost certainly need the help of an attorney. Reach out to a licensed family law attorney or estate planning attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. Can I file kidnapping charges on my ex wife, if she takes my kids away somewhere, so that I cant have them on my days?
A: If your wife takes the kids away and denies you your visitation, and you have a Court Order in place that memorializes your visitation schedule, you can apply to the Court to have her held in contempt of that Court Order. If she is found guilty of contempt, the Judge may impose fines that could include jail time. To accomplish this, you will almost certainly need the help of an attorney. Reach out to a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
Q. With no evidence of abuse and claiming to sit down in front of lawyers to redo a court order, can this article be used?
A: I'm not sure what article you're referring to or what Court Order is being "re-done" based upon the information you provided. It is hard to answer your question specifically with this info. However, I would always suggest that you never agree to anything, or sign anything without have a lawyer review whatever it is to make sure that it is in your best interest. Reach out to a licensed family law attorney in Oklahoma for help.
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Oxford Lehr, PLLC
1800 South Baltimore Avenue
Suite 825
Tulsa, OK 74119
USA
Telephone: (918) 527-2217