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HOW TO FILE OKLAHOMA UNCONTESTED DIVORCE PAPERS

This is a summary of Oklahoma uncontested divorce filing procedures with an explanation of the primary divorce papers that are filed. The 3StepDivorceTM for Oklahoma helps you prepare all the required paperwork and provides you with much more in depth step-by-step filing procedures to finalize your own divorce than the ones presented below. 3StepDivorce™ will show you how to file for an uncontested divorce in Oklahoma. This summary is written to give you a brief overview of the process and time-line.

In Oklahoma an uncontested divorce begins with the filing of a Petition for Divorce, which identifies the parties and the relief sought. The “petition process,” as it is called, also includes filing a Summons, which informs the respondent that an action against him or her has been filed; the Verification, which authenticates the Petition for Divorce; an Automatic Temporary Injunction Notice, if applicable, which enjoins the spouses from harassing each other or dissipating marital assets and prohibits them from removing their minor children from the state; and a Domestic Relations Cover Sheet for both the petitioner and the respondent.

As part of the filing, the petitioner and the respondent file Financial Affidavits. The Financial Affidavit is an eight-page form that profiles the finances of both spouses. This proves to the court that each spouse has disclosed financial information to one another.

Couples with children must file three more documents to start their divorce in Oklahoma. These are a Schedule for Visitation of Minor Children, which show the custody and visitation routines of the parents; a Child Support Schedule, which deals with child support and a Child Support Worksheet, which shows the calculation of support based on state guidelines.

Couples who agree about the terms and conditions of their divorce may submit a signed Marital Settlement Agreement at the time of filing the Petition for Divorce. The Marital Settlement Agreement spells out the division and distribution of marital property. Normally, in this event, the respondent signs an Entry of Appearance and Waiver of Service, which is filed when the he or she agrees to waive service of process. This is common for uncontested divorces filed in Oklahoma, especially when there is no lawyer involved. Signing the Entry and Appearance moves the case along in the court.

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The Respondent receives a Notice of Final Hearing when a hearing is scheduled.

After the court reviews the paperwork, the judge signs the Decree of Divorce 10 days later if there are no minor children or three months later when there are minor children.

The marriage ends with the signing of the Decree of Divorce and the divorce becomes final.

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