Fighting for you and your family.

Your First and Last Lawyer

Each client is a client for life.

Our primary expertise is family law, including divorces, custody disputes, guardianships, and all related areas. 



We also offer a range of services to protect your family, from drafting comprehensive wills and trusts to assisting in complex probate proceedings. 


Cases Handled


Practice Areas
Experience Matters

We Fight So You Don't Have To.

Family Practice areas

Whether your case is high-conflict or perfectly peaceful, we have the experience to guide and protect you through every issue.

Helping clients through one of life’s toughest transitions.

Creating comprehensive, lasting agreements that can grow with your child.

Dedicated to securing fair child support arrangements for children’s futures.

Establishing emotional and financial support for parents.

Circumstances change and your court orders should, too.

Guiding clients in establishing legal guardianships to protect vulnerable individuals.

Reviews From Our Clients

He stood up for me and my boys. We went to war and let the truth come out!

Got me out of a bad situation I was trapped in. Made the case easy to understand.

Child Custody
We couldn't have done it without him. If we ever need any other legal services, we will definitely be contacting Adam.
Associations & Memberships

American Bar Association

Oklahoma Bar Association

Texas Bar Association

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether strategy or law, we have the answers.


Assets and debts are divided “equitably,” which means that they are divided fairly, although not necessarily equally.
Only a judge can force you to move. Typically, the court enters a Temporary Order early in the case, deciding preliminary matters, such as who has possession of the marital home while the divorce is pending.

Uncontested divorces can take as little as 10 days if no children are involved and 90 days with children. Most contested divorces range between six months to a year to resolved, but some of the most contested divorces can extend well beyond a year. 

Cost depends on how long, and how contested, a case is. Our average divorce is around $4,000, with some as low as $1,500, and others above $15,000.

Alimony (also called spousal support) is not an automatic requirement; a minority of cases appear to require it. The need for alimony is based on factors such as the length of the marriage, financial resources, and each spouse’s earning ability.


Most cases are negotiated or mediated, but some require a judge to decide. Regardless of the method, the guiding principle of all decisions is the child’s best interests.
Yes, custody can be changed while the divorce is pending and after the divorce is finalized, if there is a significant changes in circumstances and if it’s in the child’s best interest.
While a child’s preference may be considered, especially with older children, the court’s decision will always center around the child’s best interest.
Typically, the non-custodial parent will pay child support, with the amount based on the division of parenting time, each parent’s income, and the child’s needs.
To collect unpaid child support, you can request the court’s assistance or seek enforcement services from Oklahoma Child Support Services.

Proudly Serving Areas

Holcomb Legal is a law firm operating out of Oklahoma City, serving the central area of Oklahoma, from Ardmore to Enid and Elk City to Tulsa.
  • Oklahoma City
  • Edmond
  • Norman
  • El Reno
  • Shawnee
  • Tulsa
  • Elk City
  • Oklmulgee
  •  Lawton
  • Ardmore
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