I am Norman Fathers Rights Attorney Pete D. Louden. My passion is men's rights/father's rights and it is the sole focus of my practice. I handle child custody, divorce, paternity, visitation, and child support cases. I have been an attorney in Norman, OK. since 1998.
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- Oklahoma City University
- J.D. (1998)
- Juris Doctor
- Oklahoma City University School of Law
- Oklahoma State Bar
- Oklahoma Father's Rights
- Pete D. Louden
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- Oklahoma Bar Association
- Oklahoma Father's Rights Blog
- Tips for Oklahoma Fathers
21 May 2018
- Update to Third Party Custody
28 November 2017
- Child Support Income Tax Exemption
28 July 2017
- Visitation Denials
26 June 2017
- Tell Your Lawyer Everything
23 June 2017
- The Secret to Choosing the Right Family Law Lawyer
21 June 2017
- Can One Lawyer Represent Both Sides of a Case?
16 June 2017
- The Preference Case
15 June 2017
- Q. I am trying to find out if it is legal to base child support payments on overtime hours when overtime isn't always avail
- A: The statutes state that support is based on all income which would include overtime. He needs an attorney to help him with this. He may be able to credit for other biological kids that live in his home. Talk to an attorney before the new support order is filed!
- Q. Do I have to pay child support if I haven't seen my kid in 5 years cause the mom purposely kept her away from me.
- A: Visitation has nothing to do with child support. Support is still owed whether or not there has been visitation. You should consult with an attorney and see if a modification of support might help you. I wish you the best of luck.
- Q. During a divorce in Oklahoma when one party commits a felony act against the other, is that grounds for no fault?
- A: Any divorce can be a no fault divorce granted on the grounds of incompatibility.
- Q. Can I get my daughter's father right terminated easily?
- A: There are only two ways to terminate parental rights in Oklahoma. 1) the child is adopted or 2) the state can terminate rights for abuse or neglect in a deprived child case.
- Q. What would be a reason we are still in emergency temporary guardianship 16 months later?
- A: Your attorney knows everything about your case and is the person who you should ask all questions concerning your case.
- Q. In Oklahoma during a divorce can a property be sold by the sole owner for non payment of the mortgage
- A: If the divorce has been filed, there is an ATI (automatic temporary injunction) in place. You need to hire an attorney before doing anything to make sure you do not violate the ATI or anything else that could cause a problem.
- Q. Can you be married to one person and common law married to someone else?
- A: Not without committing a crime. It is not legal to be married to two people at the same time. Hire an attorney and they will be able to help you resolve this issue.
- Q. Is there a packet or forms to file a petition of custody in Oklahoma?
- A: You don't need forms, you need an attorney. A child custody case is not a DIY project. If you are in Georgia and need an attorney in Oklahoma, contact some attorneys until you find one you want to work with. Many will do a consultation with you over the phone.
- Q. Why would my interstate case take two years with so many petitions filed?
- A: The only way to answer your question would be to review your file.