If you decide to divorce rather than legally separate, you or your spouse must live in Oklahoma for at least six months before you file.
A divorce is a difficult and emotional time in a person’s life.
The best advice anybody going through a divorce can take is to stay off of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
If absolutely necessary, limit your use to professional purposes only.
Therefore, there may be property division implications.
However, since your separation decree isn't final like a divorce decree is, you can modify any property division terms when you ultimately divorce.
However, at Harroz Law we try to make the process as transparent and easy as possible.
Our dedication to supplying each individual case with the time and dedication needed helps make us a leader in Oklahoma family law and civil practice.
However, in order to get a divorce in Oklahoma, you or your spouse must be a resident of the state for 6 or more consecutive months and a resident in the County that the divorce is filed for at least 30 days before the petition for divorce is filed.
Divorces can be complex, especially when children are involved, so obtaining the best legal representation to handle your case will allow the proceedings to move forward and provide you with clarity to the specifics of the law.