Mullins Martinez Sexton & Reaves, PC

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Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma represents Oklahoma individuals and businesses and oil & gas companies doing business in Oklahoma in matters of family law, oil & gas law and civil litigation. The attorneys at Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez have more than 150 years' combined legal experience providing effective legal services to clients. Our attorneys tackle even the toughest challenges to successfully resolve your individual legal situation. We communicate with clients to ensure you understand your options, and we provide efficient legal advice and representation to help you strategize and secure your goals. Our satisfaction comes from helping our clients. We build trust and work tirelessly to obtain positive results. Call Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez today to schedule a consultation and find out how we can serve your legal needs.

Cost-effective law firm dedicated to helping clients achieve successful resolutions:
Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez upholds the highest standard in legal practice. We put the full weight of our experience and knowledge behind each case, providing cost-effective and efficient representation.

-Cost-effective - We strive to provide efficient legal services to every client at a reasonable price. We work diligently to monitor expenditures and ensure your case is handled in a cost-effective manner while achieving positive results for you.

-Experienced -- Our attorneys have more than 150 years' combined experience serving our clients. We use our comprehensive knowledge and skills to devise effective strategies to ensure favorable outcomes for you.

-Dedicated - We have a long track record of securing successful resolutions for clients, built on our dedication and tenacity. We are devoted to fulfilling our clients' legal needs from the beginning to the end of the process.

Skilled attorneys helping clients in various civil practice areas:
The attorneys at Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez provide sound legal representation in matters of family law, oil & gas law and civil litigation:

-Family Law - In our family law practice, we listen to your needs and help you reach solutions in matters such as adoption, divorce, child custody and child support.

-Oil & Gas and Corporate Commission -- In our oil & gas practice, we represent oil & gas companies doing business in Oklahoma in filings, disputes and litigation related to oil and gas exploration, development and production. Our attorneys have extensive experience with filings and relations with the Oklahoma Corporate Commission.

-Civil Litigation - We represent clients in all types of general civil litigation in state and federal courts, including business litigation, breach of contracts, personal injury, property damage and construction litigation.
Main Office

Main Office
100 Park Avenue, Suite 400
Oklahoma City  OK  73102

Phone
  • 405-235-2335
Fax
  • 405-232-7930
Family
Full-service family law firm in Oklahoma City
Whether you are anticipating the joys of adoption or experiencing the frustrations of marital conflict, Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez can help. The attorneys at Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez have 150 years' combined legal experience serving families in Oklahoma. We are a member of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, one of the few in Oklahoma City. Our family law attorneys provide legal services in all areas of family law:

-Adoption
-Alimony
-Child custody and visitation
-Child support
-Child support modification and enforcement
-Divorce
-Juvenile delinquency and dependency proceedings
-Mediation
-Pre- and post-nuptial agreements

Adoption:
Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez assists families with all aspects of international and domestic adoptions. Our attorneys handle the legalities of your adoption so that you can concentrate on your new family member.

Alimony:
Divorce should not lead to financial crises. We help you establish an equitable amount of spousal support.

Child custody and visitation:
Our divorce attorneys protect your parental rights to raise your children in an appropriate and supportive home.

Child support:
Our attorneys can ensure that you receive or pay an equitable amount of the financial support required to raise your children in a healthy, happy environment.

Child support modification and enforcement:
Child support payments do not change unless the court modifies the child support order. If either the custodial or the noncustodial parent experiences a significant change in circumstances, our attorneys can guide you through the proper legal procedures to modify your child support payments accordingly.

Divorce:
Through mediation or litigation, our divorce law firm can help you gain the most equitable results from your divorce, including fair distribution of assets, division of the marital home, child support payments and child custody rights. We are select in matters of divorce and serve primarily high-end clientele.

Juvenile delinquency and dependency proceedings:
We are skilled at maneuvering through the complex laws of Oklahoma to protect your parental rights from the interference of government authorities.

Mediation:
Mediation puts the decisions in your hands and can often provide more expedient, predictable results than a trial. Our skilled negotiators can help you obtain the most equitable divorce settlement.

Pre- and post-nuptial agreements:
Mullins, Hirsch, Edwards, Heath, White & Martinez expects the unexpected and drafts premarital agreements that protect both spouses' interests and that can alleviate some of the stress should you ever divorce.

Michael L. Mullins

Michal L. Mullins has been involved in the practice of law since 1990 with an emphasis in the area of family law and domestic relations. Mr. Mullins is one of eighteen lawyers in the State of Oklahoma to have been selected and admitted to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Mr. Mullins has also been named in the "Best Lawyers in America" and "Super Lawyers" publications in the area of Family Law. Mr. Mullins' practice emphasizes traditional client representation and litigation in domestic matters and he has handled numerous appeals to the Oklahoma Appellate Courts.

Mr. Mullins is a frequent speaker at Continuing Legal Education seminars and has authored and presented seminars including but not limited to the following "Civility in the Legal Profession," Oklahoma Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, Summer 1996; "Private Investigators," Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, July 1996; "Visitation & Alimony/Property Division Enforcement 'Rights, Remedies & Differences'," Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, September 1996; "Child Custody/Visitation", Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, October 1996; "Appellate Procedure & Stay of Execution," Oklahoma Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education, May 1997; "Handling the High Income Case," Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, Fall 2000; "Custodial Parent Relocation," Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, Fall 2002; "Basic Divorce," Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section, Continuing Legal Education, Fall 2004; "Attorney Fees -The Good, The Bad & The Vexatious," Co-Presenter, Bench and Bar Conference, Oklahoma Bar Association, Spring 2005; author chapter on "Property Division", Oklahoma Family Law Section Practice Manual.

Mr. Mullins was born in 1964 in Memphis, Tennessee and moved to the State of Oklahoma in 1975. He began his legal career in 1990 associating with the law firm of Fagin & Fagin and was subsequently named a partner in that firm which was then known as Fagin, Fagin, Nixon & Mullins. Mr. Mullins felt the entrepreneurial urge and opened his own law practice in 1996. Thereafter, he joined Karl Hirsch and Patricia Parrish (now Judge Parrish) to firm Mullins, Hirsch & Parrish, the predecessor to Mullins, Hirsch & Jones.

Mr. Mullins has been active in both the Oklahoma Bar Association and the Oklahoma County Bar Association having served as a member of the Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors from 1991-1996, serving as Vice-Chairman 1993-1994, Chair Elect 1994-1995, and Chairman 1995-1996. Mr. Mullins is also a member of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court. In addition, he has served as a delegate to the Oklahoma State Bar Convention. Mr. Mullins is very active in local civic organizations and his church and has served on the Board of Directors of the City Rescue Mission since 1997 and served as the Chairman of its Board of Directors in 1999, 2000 and 2001. He is married to Kim and has five children.

ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 1990
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1990
-B.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1987

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
-Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inns of Court

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Divorce
-Asset Valuation and Division
-Child Custody
-Guardianship
-Civil Litigation
-Appellate Practice
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 1990

Karl F. Hirsch

Karl Hirsch has been involved in the general practice of law since 1978 with an emphasis in oil and gas, natural resources, real estate and general business. Mr. Hirsch has an extensive practice before state regulatory boards (Corporation Commission) in regulatory matters, civil litigation in state and federal courts, business transactions and general corporate matters in Oklahoma, Kansas and occasionally Texas and Colorado. Over his career, Mr. Hirsch has represented a wide variety of clients with diverse businesses and interests. Although his major emphasis has been oil and gas, natural resources and real estate, Mr. Hirsch has represented and continues to represent financial institutions, agricultural interests, not for profit corporations, manufacturing companies and other businesses in general corporate matters and civil litigation. Mr. Hirsch's primary area of expertise and concentration, however, remains the energy sector.

Mr. Hirsch was born in 1952 in Delaware and moved to California before relocating in Oklahoma in the late 1960's. He began his legal career with a medium sized general practice law firm, with an emphasis in natural resources law, real estate and general civil litigation. In the mid-1980's, Mr. Hirsch moved to Denver as Vice-President of Land and General Counsel of a privately held oil and gas exploration company, becoming President of that company not long after his employment began. With the downturn of the industry, he returned to Oklahoma City in 1986 and became a partner in Musser, Bunch, Robinson and Hirsch. Musser and Bunch was one of largest "boutique" law firms of the 1980's and 1990's specializing in the representation of clients in the energy industry.. In 2001, Mr. Hirsch joined with Michael Mullins and Patricia Parrish (now Judge Parrish) to form Mullins, Hirsch & Parrish, the predecessor to Mullins, Hirsch & Jones.

Mr. Hirsch has authored a number of scholarly articles and been a featured speaker at numerous seminars. His reported cases include Brumark Corp. v. Corporation Commission, 864 P.2d 1287 (Okl. App. 1993); McClain v. Ricks Exploration Co., 894 P.2d 422 (Okl. App. 1994); RLM Petroleum Corp. v. Emmerich, 896 P.2d 531 (okl. 1995); Brumark Corp. v. Corporation Commission, 924 P.2d 296 (okl.App.1996); Vastar Resources, Inc. v. Howard, 38 P.3d 236 (Okl. App. 2001).

Mr. Hirsch is active in his community through the Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts of America, Delta Upsilon Fraternity and through his church. He is also a director of the not-for-profit community theatre, Family Theatre Warehouse.

ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 1978
-Colorado, 1985
-Kansas, 2007
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
-U.S. District Court for Kansas
-U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1978
-B.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1974

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Colorado Bar Association
-Kansas Bar Association
-Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Natural Resources and Oil & Gas Law (including Corporation Commission)
-Litigation (State & Federal)
-Corporate & Business Law
-Transactional Law
-Real Estate Law
-Wills, Trusts & Estates
-Financial Transactions
-Environmental Law
-Appellate Practice
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 1978

Nicholle Jones Edwards

Nicholle Jones Edwards' law practice focuses on family law, labor law and general civil litigation. Her family law practice includes litigation, complex custody issues and valuation issues. Ms. Edwards' practice of labor law includes negotiating collective bargaining agreements for her clients, arbitration proceedings and other litigation involving labor and employment disputes.

Ms. Edwards was born in 1969 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She began her career with the law firm of Horning, Johnson, Moore, Grove, Hulett & Thompson, focusing on labor law and family law. Ms. Edwards remained with that law firm until she joined Mullins, Hirsch & Parrish in 2002. In 2004, she became a partner with the law firm of Mullins, Hirsch & Jones.

Ms. Edwards is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and Oklahoma County Bar Association. She has served as the Co-Chair of the Family Law Section of the Oklahoma County Bar Association. Ms. Edwards has also served on the Diversity Committee and the Fee Grievance and Ethics Committee of the Oklahoma County Bar Association. She also serves as an Alternate Delegate in the House of Delegates for the Oklahoma Bar Association in 2006-2007. Ms. Edwards has been a speaker on family law issues and co-authored "Qualified Domestic Relations Orders and Federal Civilian Retirement Orders." She has been active in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Courts since 1998 and served as the Mentoring Co-Chairperson from 2001-2005. She co-authored "The Evolution of the Mentoring Program of the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court" in 2003. Ms. Edwards was named the Outstanding Associate in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court for 2002-2003 and Outstanding Barrister for 2004-2005. Ms. Edwards is active in community service and serves as a Board Member of Positive Tomorrows, an education and family support center for homeless children and their families in the Oklahoma City area. She has served as the Board Governance Chair for the last several years.

ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 1997
-U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1997
-B.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1991

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inns of Court

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Divorce
-Asset Valuation and Division
-Child Custody
-Employment and Labor Law
-Guardianship
-Civil Litigation
-Appellate Practice
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 1997

Donald F. Heath, Jr.

Donald F. Heath, Jr. has practiced oil and gas law in Oklahoma City for over 20 years years. His practice focuses on oil and gas title examination and oil and gas transactions. He has prepared hundreds of title opinions for independent oil companies operating in Oklahoma.

Mr. Heath is the principal author of Oklahoma legislation to simplify probate proceedings (58 Okla. Stat. 245-247), to create rebuttable presumptions in land titles (16 O.S. 53), to expand the application of the Simplification of Land Titles Act (16 O.S. 67), and to limit the practice of deceptive term royalty deeds. He also participated in the drafting of legislation on the filing of pooling affidavits and the general filing requirements of instruments with County Clerks in Oklahoma. Mr. Heath has filed amicus curiae briefs on oil and gas issues with the United States Supreme Court, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and state supreme courts in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Michigan and Alaska.

His publications include Oklahoma's New Summary Probate Act: Reducing the Time and Expense of Probate, 70 Okla. Bar Jour. 2283, July 24, 1999; Rebuttable Presumptions under House Bill 2783, 66 Okla. Bar Jour. 2946, September 30, 1995; Limited Liability Companies in Real Estate Titles: What Requirements Should the Examiner Make?, 65 Okla. Bar Jour. 1112, March 26, 1994; and Force Pooling Mortgagees: Due Process and Jurisdictional Considerations, 58 Okla. Bar Jour. 1527, May 30, 1987.

Mr. Heath has served as President of the Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society (2003-2004), Chairman of the Oklahoma chapter of the National Association of Royalty Owners (1999-2000), President of the Oklahoma City Real Property Lawyers Association (1999), and Chairman of the Real Property Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association (1996). Mr. Heath also served for many years on the Title Examination Standards Committee and the Legislative Liaison Committee of the Real Property Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association.

Mr. Heath lives in Edmond, Oklahoma, with his daughter, Mary Kate. He is an elder of his church and is near completion of the Masters of Divinity program at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 1982
-U.S. District Courts for the Eastern, Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma
-U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit
-U.S. Supreme Court

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1982
-B.A., Grinnell College, 1979

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-American Bar Association
-Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society
-Oklahoma City Real Property Lawyers Association

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Natural Resources and Oil and Gas Law (including Title Opinions)
-Real Estate Law
-Transactional Law
-Wills, Trusts and Estates
-Litigation (State and Federal)
-Appellate Practice
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 1982

Glenn M. White

Glenn M. White is of counsel to the firm and serves as lead trial counsel on cases involving natural resources, environmental contracts, construction, regulatory, transportation, and commercial law in federal and state courts and administrative agencies.. Mr. White also counsels small business clients on a variety of issues as well as preparing contracts and other legal documents for clients.

Prior to joining Mullins, Hirsch & Jones in early 2006, Mr. White was a partner for over ten years with Lewis, White, Porter & Merchant where he served as lead trial counsel in a variety of cases, including complex litigation in the areas of insurance, injury, natural resources, contracts, and construction law. His practice involved cases in federal and state courts, and he tried numerous bench and jury trials.

Mr. White previously practiced at Musser & Bunch, P.C., a mid-sized firm specializing in the representation of oil and gas exploration and production companies, where his practice involved litigation in natural gas, contracts, environmental, commercial, real estate, tax and business torts in federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Additionally, he conducted real estate title examinations, wrote oil and gas title opinions, and prepared opinion letters for clients on emerging legal issues.

Mr. White has extensive litigation experience representing a wide variety of clients and legal issues.


ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 1987
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
-U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
-U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1987
-B.S.B.A., Oklahoma State University, 1984

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Federal Bar Association
-Energy Bar Association
-American Bar Association
-Oklahoma City Mineral Lawyers Society

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Litigation (State & Federal)
-Natural Resources and Oil & Gas Law
-General Liability
-Commercial Law
-Personal Injury
-Products Liability
-Insurance Law
-Environmental Law
-Appellate Practice
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 1987

Tracey D. Martinez

Tracey D. Martinez' practice has an emphasis in the area of family and domestic law.

Prior to joining Mullins, Hirsch & Jones in 2005, Ms. Martinez was a litigation associate with a Norman-based civil practice law firm where she practiced a wide range of law including family and domestic law, civil jury trials, employment law, personal injury, and criminal defense.

Ms. Martinez was born in 1975 in Fort Worth, Texas. She grew up in Lubbock, Texas and eventually moved to Lawton, Oklahoma. Ms. Martinez attended the University of Oklahoma for her undergraduate work, obtaining a Bachelor's of Arts degree, with distinction, in English in 1998. Ms. Martinez then attended law school as a Comfort Scholar at the University of Oklahoma, graduating with a Juris Doctorate in 2002.

Ms. Martinez has been involved in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court since 2001, serving as an officer in that organization since 2004. She has also served on the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Division of the Oklahoma County Bar Association since 2005, serving as the Secretary/Treasurer for the 2006/2007 Term. Ms. Martinez is also currently serving as the State Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division's liaison to the Oklahoma Bar Association's Member Services Committee.

In her free time, Ms. Martinez enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, who is a detective for the Oklahoma City Police Department and her son, Garrett. She enjoys running and reading as her favorite pastimes.


ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 2002
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 2002
-B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1998

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Cleveland County Bar Association
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inns of Court

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Divorce
-Asset Valuation and Divisions
-Child Custody
-Guardianship
-Adoption
-General Liability
-Litigation (State and Federal)
-Personal Injury
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 2002

Robert K. Campbell

Robert K. Campbell's law practice has an emphasis in the area of domestic and family law.

Mr. Campbell graduated cum laude from the Oklahoma City University School of Law in May 2007. Prior to law school, Mr. Campbell received his BBA in Business Marketing from the University of Oklahoma, Michael F. Price College of Business, graduating with distinction.

While in law school, Mr. Campbell received several awards including being on the Dean's Honor Roll and Faculty Honor Roll. Additionally, Mr. Campbell was the recipient of the CALI Award of Excellence, which is awarded to the student with the highest grade in the courses as determined by the professor for two of his courses (Legal Analysis and Corporations). Mr. Campbell was involved in several student organizations in law school including Merit Scholars, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), and the Student Bar Association.

Mr. Campbell was born in Texas where he resided before moving to Oklahoma in 1997. In his free time, Mr. Campbell enjoys spending time with his wife, Emily, who is also a practicing attorney in Oklahoma City. He enjoys golfing and most outdoor activities.

ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 2007
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, 2007

EDUCATION:
-J.D., Oklahoma City University, 2007
-B.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 2004

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Association of Trial Lawyers of America

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Divorce
-Asset Valuation and Division
-Child Custody
-Guardianship
-Civil Litigation
-Wills, Trusts and Estates
Education
  • Oklahoma City University
    Juris Doctorate , 2007

Ryan J. Reaves

Ryan J. Reaves' law practice has an emphasis in the area of domestic and family law. Mr. Reaves became an associate with Mullins, Hirsch & Jones in 2008.

Mr. Reaves was born in 1981 in Ft. Gordon, Georgia. He relocated to Oklahoma City in 1993. Mr. Reaves attended the University of Tulsa and graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English in 2004. While attending TU, Mr. Reaves was a member of the University Honors College, and a visiting scholar at the University of York, United Kingdom.

Mr. Reaves attended the University of Oklahoma College of Law and earned a J.D. in 2008. While earning his J.D., Mr. Reaves participated in the Interdisciplinary Training Program in Child Abuse & Neglect, a year long program with an emphasis on a multidisciplinary approach to issues of child abuse and neglect. He served as an author and editor for the Oklahoma Journal of Law & Technology.

In his free time, Mr. Reaves enjoys spending time with his wife, Jennifer. He enjoys restoring classic cars and reading as his favorite pastimes.

ADMISSIONS:
-Oklahoma, 2008
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, 2008

EDUCATION:
-J.D., University of Oklahoma, 2008
-B.A., University of Tulsa, 2004
-Visiting Student, University of York, United Kingdom

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS:
-Oklahoma County Bar Association
-Oklahoma Bar Association
-Ruth Bader Ginsburg American Inn of Court
-American Bar Association
-Oklahoma Association for Justice
-Phi Delta Phi

PRACTICE AREAS:
-Divorce
-Asset Valuation and Division
-Child Custody
-Guardianship and Adoption
-Natural Resources and Oil & Gas Law
-Litigation (State and Federal)
Education
  • University of Oklahoma
    Juris Doctorate , 2008
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