If you're considering filing for divorce, you may be surprised that you have more than one option available to you in Oklahoma. If you'd like to avoid a long, drawn-out legal battle, you may be interested in a waiver divorce. Continue reading to learn whether you qualify for this process.
Overview of Annulment Like a traditional divorce, an annulment ends a marriage. However, an annulment is a legal proceeding that goes further by declaring a marriage invalid or void through a court order. It’s as if the marriage never happened.
Oklahoma allows for the following fault-based grounds for divorce: abandonment of at least one year, adultery, impotency, habitual drunkenness, and impregnation of the wife by another man during the marriage.
In Oklahoma, the amount of child support a parent has to pay is based on income. Statutory guidelines determine the amount, but the parents or a judge can set a different amount, if the circumstances warrant it. Here, we answer some common questions about child support in Oklahoma.