Kara Rose Didier is a student of family law, focusing her practice on divorce, custody, child support, post-decree modifications of custody and child support, multi-jurisdictional custody issues, and adoptions. Fascinated with complicated family law issues, she handles all aspects of advocacy from legal research to trial. 
Ms. Didier is passionate about helping her clients through each process, taking a long- term approach to each case because she knows that when dealing with issues impacting families, the decisions made in court will have an impact for years to come. 

ADMISSIONS
Oklahoma Bar Association, 2012
United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, 2014

EDUCATION
University of Nebraska, B.S., Criminal Justice, 2003
Oklahoma City University School of Law, J.D., 2012

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Oklahoma Bar Association
Family Law Section, Oklahoma Bar Association
Juvenile Law Section, Oklahoma Bar Association
Oklahoma County Bar Association
Family Law Section, Oklahoma County Bar Association

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Oklahoma Rising Star in the family practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding lawyers (2016-2019)

PUBLISHED WORKS
Co-Author, Support of a Disabled Adult Child, Oklahoma Bar Journal, February 2020
Author, Making it Official: The Ins and Outs of Stepparent Adoption, Oklahoma Bar Journal, August 2020