How to get divorce in Oklahoma
Online Divorce provides qualitative and approved by the court Oklahoma divorce papers. The information below will help understand more about the divorce in Oklahoma.
The basic steps of getting a divorce in Oklahoma are:
First of all, divorce in Oklahoma is officially called dissolution of marriage.
The spouse must have fault or non-fault reasons in order to get a divorce in Oklahoma.
One party must be a resident of Oklahoma (one or both spouses should live in Oklahoma for at least 6 months).
The spouses should not marry again after divorce for 6 month.
The spouses should not cohabit with another person for 30 days (if either spouse is guilty of adultery)
It is important to choose the Oklahoma divorce documents appropriate for the particular divorce case. All the necessary divorce forms and documents must be filled out correctly and then, submitted to the court.
In order to be eligible to file for divorce in Oklahoma, the spouses must meet the certain residency requirements of the state.
Either spouse (the filing spouse - Plaintiff, or the non-filing spouse - Defendant) must have been an actual resident of Oklahoma for at least 6 months before filing the petition for divorce.