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Our firm represents men and women who need help. We won't judge you and we promise to be available to meet immediately and to communicate with you during the process. If you've ever dealt with other lawyers, you know this is sometimes not the norm.  

What We Can Do for You

The Brown Law Firm provides all types of family law services. We regularly 
take cases regarding child support, child custody, spousal support, division 
of assets, visitation, and alimony. We will handle any and all family law 
issues that you have. No case is too complicated and no problem too hard 
for us to work towards a solution. 

Why Use Us?

Our firm is a full service law firm offering help when times are tough. If you are looking for a lawyer who takes the time to understand your situation and offer help during your difficult situation, then please contact Ron Brown at the Brown Law Firm. We utilize the best in technology to handle our cases and to make sure we are responsive to every client. Payment plans are available, and your first consultation is always free. With over 15 years of experience, we put our expertise to work for you.
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320 South Boston Avenue Suite 1130 Tulsa, OK 74103   |   918-960-0334   |   Serving Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Q. What are the legal grounds for divorce?

Oklahoma is a no fault state meaning that you may legally get divorced due to the incompatibility of the marriage. Also, Oklahoma offers fault divorce for 10 reasons.
1. Abandonment for at least one year
2. Adultery
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