Oklahoma divorce statutes dating
The court may require that within the ninety-day waiting period, the parties attend and complete an educational program specified by Section 107.2 of this title. [Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Sections 107.1 and 107.2]PROPERTY DISTRIBUTION: Oklahoma is an equitable distribution state.The court shall enter its decree confirming in each spouse the property owned by him or her before marriage and the un-disposed of property acquired after marriage by him or her in his or her own right.However, the vast majority of divorces are granted on a no-fault basis, meaning that the marriage is beyond any reasonable hope of reconciliation.
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Section 121]CHILD CUSTODY: The court may grant the care, custody, and control of a child to either parent or to the parents jointly.
The district or administrative court may deviate from the amount of child support indicated by the child support guidelines if the amount of support so indicated is unjust, inequitable, unreasonable, or inappropriate under the circumstances, or not in the best interests of the child.
Every order providing for the support of a minor child or a modification of such order, whether issued by a district court or an administrative court, shall contain an immediate income assignment provision.
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Sections 103 and 129]REMARRIAGE AFTER DIVORCE: It shall be unlawful for either party to an action for divorce whose former husband or wife is living to marry in this state a person other than the divorced spouse within six (6) months from date of decree of divorce granted in this state.
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Section 123]SIMPLIFIED OR SPECIAL DIVORCE PROCEDURES: In an action for divorce where there are minor children involved, the court shall not issue a final order thereon for at least ninety (90) days from the date of filing the petition which ninety (90) days may be waived by the court for good cause shown and without objection by either party.
A party can file for divorce in Oklahoma at any time.