These are some of our frequently asked questions. If you have other questions please use our contact form or call us at 405-470-0020 we will respond as quickly as possible. We are here to help you help yourself.
A: No, we prepare all your paperwork from beginning to end, provide you an attorney if necessary, tell you all the steps necessary to feel comfortable going to court, and answer any questions you may have regarding the process whether it requires an attorney to answer it or your simple questions in an effort to properly assist you. We do however, have very competitive prices and can save you thousands of dollars.
A: You and your witnesses should meet in court in advance of the scheduled time for the trial. Bring with you four copies of any documents or photographs you need to prove your case. One is for the Judge, one is for the other side, one is for the witness and one is for you.
Address the judge as “Your Honor” and stand up when speaking to the judge.
If the defendant does not show up, most judges will give you a “default judgment.” This means that you win without doing anything. However, most of the time the other side shows up and you must put on your case. The judge should allow you to make a short “Opening Statement,” if you wish. In your opening statement, tell the judge what you expect to prove during the trial.
You will then put on your side of the case by testifying yourself and asking your witnesses questions to prove your version. This is called “direct examination.” The other side will be permitted to cross-examine you and your witnesses by asking questions about the statements made. The defendant will then introduce his or her witnesses and you may cross-examine them. At the end, you are generally permitted to make a “Closing Statement,” which summarizes your side of the case. Sometimes the judge will render a decision immediately and other times you will receive notice of it in the mail.
A: You should dress in professional business attire. Always present yourself in the best light possible when appearing in court. Do not wear sweats or jeans, wear a button up shirt if possible, do not wear t-shirts or other attire that will detract from a professional atmosphere.
A: No. We are not attorneys, however we do have attorneys available that can represent you in court if you need or request that for an additional fee.
A: No, we are not attorneys, however we do have attorneys available to answer ALL your legal questions, and direct you with your legal needs at the time of your appointment.
A: If you choose the face to face option, our process is short, it takes about 1 hour of your time. First you answer a questionnaire and once that gets to us we prepare your court ready documents for your review and signature, we can usually meet with you the same day.
The court process is dependent on what type of case you have.
A: We accept cash, checks and all major credit cards. As soon as full payment is received you will receive your final court ready documents.