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Over 40 Years of Divorce And
Family Law Experience Working For You

Northeast Oklahoma Family Law Attorneys

Oklahoma Child Support Lawyer

With 40 years of experience in all phases of divorce law for clients in Pryor and northeast Oklahoma, family law attorney Paul E. Blevins of Blevins Law Office, Inc., protects your rights — and your investment in your marriage. Paul E. Blevins has distinguished himself within his profession by being selected for:

Our Firm

The law firm is one of the few in the region that places exclusive focus on family law matters of:

Our Skilled Family Law Attorneys Place
Special Focus On These Practice Areas:

Divorce - including mediation, negotiation and litigation for matters of child custody and visitation, child support, alimony, property division and post-judgment modifications required for significant changes in circumstances such as parental relocation.

High Net Worth Divorce - for aggressive advocacy of your interests during asset and property division, divorce with ownership of farms and ranches at stake, and investigation of hidden assets and marital fraud.

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You And Working With You

Blevins Law Office, Inc. — 40 Years Of Family Law Experience Working For You

Paul Blevins listens to your concerns and goals, pays utmost attention to "the best interests of the child," and gives you a realistic assessment of how Oklahoma family law can transition you and your family to a post-divorce future.

Put Paul E. Blevins' reputation for results, personal service and client commitment to work for you, starting today. Contact the skilled Pryor/northeast Oklahoma divorce lawyers of Blevins Law Office by calling 918-825-4750 or sending an email.

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