An Experienced Oklahoma Divorce Attorney

One of the most difficult family law issues a person can face is divorce. Whether or not a divorce is uncontested, it will intertwine with multiple other family issues that must be mutually agreed upon by both spouses. If spouses cannot reach an agreement regarding the terms of their divorce, then it will be considered contested.

In either type of divorce, attorney Drew Nichols will strive to provide you with excellent legal advice and guidance to protect your family and financial interests. Your initial consultation with Mr. Nichols can be used to address questions such as: What are the issues in your particular case? What do you want for your children? What do you want for yourself? How do you see your future? How does divorce work in Oklahoma?

Nichols Dixon provides outstanding legal services, guidance and representation to individuals dealing with both contested and uncontested divorces and other family law matters. Attorney Drew Nichols will negotiate on a client's behalf in an effort to achieve a desired income, challenge any allegations made by opposing parties and litigate the case in family court if necessary.

The attorneys and staff at Nichols Dixon handle all legal issues that may be involved in your divorce, including:

When a couple decides to divorce, one spouse may be awarded temporary or permanent spousal support or alimony. Spousal support or alimony is determined by many factors, including one spouse's ability to pay it and the other spouse's financial need. Spousal support or alimony can be awarded as a lump-sum payment or as a yearly or monthly payment.

If you have a legal issue involving spousal support or alimony during a divorce, contact Nichols Dixon to review the facts of your case and determine your next course of action.

Property Division/Division Of Assets

One of the many legal issues that will be addressed in a divorce is the division of assets/marital property. This issue can be very easy to decide or it can evoke all kinds of emotions and be extremely difficult.

When a couple cannot agree on division of assets, then a family law judge will order an equitable division of the property. However, this does not mean the property is always equally split 50/50 between the parties. Deciding on a mutually agreeable division of property and assets is usually best because a judge's decision often disappoints both parties.

Property division often depends on several factors, including the length of the marriage, the value of the property at the time of marriage, the value of the separate property of each spouse, the age of each spouse, mental and physical health, etc.

If you are considering or going through a divorce involving the division of assets, Oklahoma divorce attorney Drew Nichols would like to provide you guidance and representation during this difficult time.

Contact Nichols Dixon

Attorney Drew Nichols understands that a good lawyer should help calm the situation, not fuel the fire. For strong, trustworthy representation with your family law matter, call Nichols Dixon at 405-217-4118 or send an email . Attorney Drew Nichols can meet you at either of his offices in Norman or Wewoka, Oklahoma.