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Oklahoma Indian Law Attorneys

Competent Tulsa Indian Civil Rights Lawyers

Native Americans have particular laws that fall under Tribal Codes. This means Tribal members who are faced with legal challenges are required to abide by particular laws and codes in order to reach a resolution. Because these codes are regimented, it is important to seek assistance from an attorney who is not only knowledgeable of the law, but admitted with the Tribal Bar Association. At our law firm, you will find such lawyers.

Meier & Associates is an established practice in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which serves Native Americans throughout the state in a range of legal matters. We are experienced in handling issues from marriage and child custody law, to environmental law matters. No matter how complex your tribal law conflict may be, we are here to provide a concrete legal solution that fits your particular needs. To find out more about the Indian Law matters we handle, visit our Indian Law Overview page.

Prepared to Handle Tribal Law Conflicts With Efficiency and Accuracy

Our firm provides legal counsel for many individuals and families that are part of the following civilized tribes:

  • Cherokee
  • Creek
  • Choctaw
  • Chickasaw
  • Seminole

We often get questions from our clients regarding our familiarity with Tribal Court, and we can proudly say that we are very knowledgeable of the law. Our Oklahoma Indian law lawyers are experienced in handling legal matters that involve both Indian and American laws, and how that affects your situation. We are fully prepared to handle cases that involve federal acts, and understand how state and federal laws apply to certain situations. Our firm is adept at handling many different legal affairs, some including international law, international adoption law, child welfare law and gaming law.

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We invite you to contact our firm through our short online contact form or via phone at 918-948-6966 or 866-929-8226.

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