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Brian Boeheim

Brian Boeheim

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  • Divorce, Criminal Law, Family Law ...
  • Oklahoma
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Reviewed by Ali Hausner February 10, 2020
Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Mr. Boeheim is all around what an advocate should be: intelligent, respectful, strategic, and talented.
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Summary

In 2014, Brian Boeheim joined forces with Ciera Freeman to start a new type of law firm. They envisioned a firm that treats clients like family, provides the type of legal defense they would want, and provides it at a reasonable price. Since that time, Boeheim Freeman Law has become the fastest growing law firm in Tulsa. The attorneys at Boeheim Freeman Law have handled more trials in the past 5 years than any other firm, including not guilty verdicts in 1st Degree Murder, Rape, and Child Abuse. Even more impressive they have a dismissal rate of 20%.

The entire staff at Boeheim Freeman Law works tirelessly to provide clients with the best representation possible to protect their freedom and their families.

Boeheim Freeman Law --- Call at: 918-884-7791 --- 616 S. Boston Ave. Suite 307, Tulsa, OK 74119.

Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • DUI & DWI
  • Juvenile Law
  • Traffic Tickets
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Bar Association
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Boeheim Freeman, PLLP
- Current
Education
University of Tulsa College of Law
J.D. (2014)
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State University of New York - Buffalo
B.S. (1982)
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Awards
Peer Review Rated
Martindale-Hubbell
Rising Star
Superlawyers
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
CALI
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
Professional Associations
Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
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American Inns of Court
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National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
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American Bar Association
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Oklahoma Bar Association
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Tulsa County Bar Association
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Publications
Articles & Publications
El Idioma De La Ley
El Nacional De Tulsa
Political Common Sense for America
Author House
Stop Presenting!: Start Succeeding
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Speaking Engagements
Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses , CLE Training , Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tulsa County Bar Association
Legalizing Medical Marijuana and the Law , American Inns of Court - CLE , Federal Building - Tulsa, OK
Hudson-Hall-Wheaton Inns of Court
Legalized Medical Marijauna and Criminal Law , CLE Training , Tulsa, Oklahoma
Tulsa County Bar Association
Advanced Negotiation Skills , Global Government Sales Meeting
Cisco Systems
3-D Communication , Grand Opening Chicago Offices , Chicago
Cisco Systems
Certifications
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
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Websites & Blogs
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Legal Answers
192 Questions Answered

Q. Does OK factor in the number of children in the order or is the payment amount solely based on income of both parties.
A: My interpretation of the case law is as follows: The child support order is not for two individual children, but instead is for support of all children. Therefore, just because one of the children reaches the age of majority (18 years of age and graduated from high school) it does not automatically change the child support order. He still owes the same amount until he chooses to file a modification based on a material change in circumstances. You will not have any obligation to pay back any child support he pays after your oldest reaches the age of majority, which appears to have occurred. When all of you children have reached the age of majority the Court Ordered child support is automatically terminated, although he should still file to insure their is a court record. With all of that said, if he is making substantially more and you would get significantly more for the one child if a new computation is used, then you may choose to file a motion to modify child support due to a significant change in his income.
Q. Can my 13 year old son refuse weekend visits to his fathers house if he has testified about abuse from his dad?
A: When you say testified, do you mean in court under oath? If that is the case, then I would question why the father still has unsupervised visitation? If you came to me with that claim, I would probably start by calling his attorney and try to get an agreement to adjust the visitation temporarily to allow for a cooling off. If that didn't work then I would suggest an Petition for Emergency Custody and to limit visitation to supervised only, and suggest they may counseling before unsupervised visitation could resume. Also, your son is old enough to communicate his wishes to the judge. I hope that helps.
Q. I was getting to $230month for my child support then it went down to $50 and now I get $15 a month for my child support
A: You need to get a good attorney to look into this. Child Support should not change unless it is ordered by the court.
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Boeheim Freeman Law
616 S Boston Ave #307
Tulsa, OK 74119
Telephone: (918) 884-7791
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