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.
-U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma
-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
-Asset Valuation and Division