The law firm of Henry + Dow is pleased to announce that Shane Henry was named as a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML).
Frustrating courtroom disputes, angry parents, confused children, and lengthy divorce proceedings don't have to be part of your divorce story. Thanks to the benefits of the Collaborative Law process, you can settle your divorce a better way.
Henry + Dow is delighted to welcome its newest associate attorney, Kaitlyn Allen. A 2011 graduate of Oklahoma City University College of Law, Kaitlyn is excited to be a member of Henry + Dow, working alongside individuals who strive for excellence.
In a recent NBC news article, a California woman was awarded 50 years of back child support for bringing her original 1970 court documents to a San Diego judge.
Henry + Dow is delighted to announce that several of its attorneys have been selected by their peers to be included in the Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers, and Martindale Hubbell AV Preeminent Ratings, the nation's top rating lists for attorneys.
No matter which way you slice it, divorce is hard. There is rarely a circumstance or situation where divorce comes without its difficulties-- either financially, emotionally or mentally. The situation grows even grimmer when minor children are involved in the process. It's difficult enough to divide assets and separate what once were the inner workings of an intimate life. But to also be faced with dividing time with children can become an entire battle of its own.
Rarely would we recommend speeding up the process of divorce. In the vast majority of cases, Henry + Dow wants to encourage married couples to contemplate if divorce is the right decision for their circumstances. Given all the difficulties that come with divorce, we want to ensure that choosing divorce is the best choice for a couple.
Grandparents make up an integral part of the family unit, especially for grandchildren. When a family is going through a divorce however, it can be especially tricky for grandparents to secure visitation rights that give them access to a continued relationship with their grandchildren. The laws for grandparents rights vary by state, but in Oklahoma certain requirements need to be met in order to grant rights to grandparents for visitation.