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Parsons, Graham & Day, Tulsa Attorneys

November 14, 2020

The attorneys at Parsons, Graham & Day celebrated a significant appellate victory in December 2019. The appellate and juvenile attorneys were able to successfully overturn the trial court's decision to terminate a parent's rights.

In the Matter of Z.M.Z.

Parsons, Graham & Day, Tulsa Attorneys

November 11, 2020

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served and sacrificed for our country and the freedoms we enjoy.

Family Law Attorney, Divorce, Motion to Modify, Custody

What are the basics of Child Preference?

Okla. Stat. Tit. 43 § 113 sets forth when and how a court can consider the expressed desire of a minor child. A minor child may express a preference; however, a court must first determine whether allowing the child to do so will serve the minor child’s best interest. 43 O.S. § 113(B). In analyzing the child preference statute...

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Top Rated Lawyer, Divorce Attorney
Super Lawyer, Criminal Defense, Criminal Attorney

Two Partners Named Oklahoma Super Lawyers Rising Stars

October 30, 2020

Matthew Day and Isaiah Parsons have, again, been named Oklahoma Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Both have dedicated their careers to successfully assisting their clients in criminal, family, civil, and juvenile courts in Northeast Oklahoma. 

When the State doesn't comply with the discovery code.

From a brief filed on November 8, 2019.

The Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution requires that criminal prosecutions conform with prevailing notions of fundamental fairness and that criminal defendants be given a meaningful opportunity to present a complete defense. California v. Trombetta, 467 U.S. 479 (1984). Continue reading... 


Visitation during COVID.

Originally posted on April 15, 2020

Nationally-rated family law attorney, Matthew Day explains whether to continue regular visitation during the pandemic.  

Divorce, Tulsa, COVID, Visitation


Tips for smooth Visitation during COVID.

Originally posted on May 3, 2020

Matthew Day provides some pointers on making visitation during COVID-19 less stressful and antagonistic. 

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What happens when a wife challenges a husband's paternity?

From a brief filed on September 10, 2015

The statutes concerning challenges paternity are often complex and nuanced. In 2015, Matthew Day had to opportunity to defend a husband's rights to his minor children  after the wife attempted to assert that he was not the father.