Online Divorce
in Oklahoma

  • Simple process to get divorce papers online
  • Affordable pricing plans with no hidden fees
  • Unlimited changes to forms and free revisions
  • Divorce papers ready to download in two business days
  • Step-by-step filing instructions
  • Award-winning tech support for all customers
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Divorce Online in Oklahoma

If you’ve been looking for a fast and affordable online divorce service, Oklahoma Online Divorce is here to end the filing hassle in a matter of days.

What are the advantages of online divorce?

  • You can deal with your divorce papers at any time at any place suitable for you. All you need is your gadget and a stable internet connection, and you won’t be dependent on a lawyer's schedule anymore.
  • It allows you to go at your own pace and go back to make as many changes as you need along the way. No pressure.
  • All the necessary divorce forms are filled out and available in just 2 business days.
  • Easy-to-follow written instructions to help spouses avoid mistakes when filing their divorce papers to the court in correspondence to state specifics.
  • Support services available 24/7.
  • Low-cost alternative to costly divorce attorneys with a fixed price and no hidden fees.

How to qualify for an online divorce?

To qualify for an online divorce the spouses should be willing to resolve their divorce-related issues amicably out of court. For an online divorce the spouses have to file for a divorce with mutual consent.

Our online service allows spouses to select and complete their forms whether or not they have minor children involved or marital property to be divided.

The divorce-related issues that must be outlined in a marital settlement agreement include child custody, child support, visitation, spousal support (alimony), marital property division, etc.

Compare Your Options for Filing for Divorce in Oklahoma

Divorce With a Lawyer

The traditional contested divorce process requires a lawyer’s assistance along the way.

  • Dependance on the lawyer's schedule
  • High cost. The average Oklahoma lawyer starts at about $183 per hour
  • Unnecessary litigation and exhausting court battles
  • Unforeseen expenses
  • Custody battles that end up a traumatic experience for the children

Quick, straightforward, and 100% legit online service for couples eligible for an uncontested divorce.

  • Divorce forms completion from the comfort of your home
  • No hidden fees
  • Completed divorce papers in just 2 business days
  • Explicit design to help spouses effortlessly navigate through the system to fill out their documents
  • Award-winning support service
  • Easy-to-follow filing guide to simplify the filing process

DIY divorce

The least expensive but still reasonably challenging way to handle a divorce without legal help.

  • Lack of understanding of state’s laws and regulations regarding the divorce process
  • High risk of mistakes in papers
  • Possible delays in litigation
  • Possibility of an unfair outcome
  • Complications leading to a contested divorce
  • Extra expenses
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File for Divorce Online in Oklahoma Without a Lawyer


Filing for a divorce without a lawyer may become a somewhat challenging task, especially when it comes to divorce paperwork preparation. The couple has to dig into all the rules and regulations of their county and consider all the peculiarities of their divorce case. Dealing with it without legal assistance leaves the spouses with hands full of documents to be sorted out.

For those couples willing to save their time and money on costly lawyers but still get over their filing fast and for an affordable price, there is an excellent online divorce service, Oklahoma Online Divorce. And although Oklahoma Online Divorce significantly simplifies the online divorce process for spouses, they are still in charge of the further steps of the procedure. Thus, they should remember to handle the following stages appropriately:

  • Filing the divorce forms. The filing process may feel like a maze for those spouses with no legal background. Yet, online divorce services have proven to be the go-to option to facilitate the filing process. For example, Oklahoma Online Divorce provides its users with a simple filing guide so that you won’t face the process unprepared.
  • Paying the filing fees. The plaintiff has to pay the mandatory filing fee when submitting divorce papers, which is about $183.70 in Oklahoma. Don’t forget to check the exact amount of the fee, as it may vary depending on the country in which the filing is done.
  • Serving the papers. As the filing is completed, the plaintiff needs to serve the copies of all the divorce papers on the defendant.

Do-It-Yourself Divorce in Oklahoma


Cooperative spouses able to negotiate peacefully typically choose a DIY divorce for their uncontested divorce. It’s the cheapest option to handle your divorce without legal advice if the parties manage to resolve all the divorce-related issues such as child custody, alimony, property division, etc.

A DIY divorce in Oklahoma includes the same steps as a legally assisted procedure:

1. Fill out the required divorce forms

Oklahoma's initial divorce forms may include:

  • Domestic Relations Cover Sheet;
  • Petition for Divorce;
  • Verification;
  • Marital Settlement Agreement;
  • Financial Affidavits; and
  • Entry of Appearance and Waiver of Service.

2. File the papers with the court

The filing is done in the county where either of the spouses resides. Along with the filing, the plaintiff must pay the mandatory filing fee, which is about $183.70 in Oklahoma.

3. Serve the divorce papers on the defendant

As the paperwork is filed, the plaintiff must serve the copies of all the divorce papers on the defendant. In Oklahoma, the service can be done in several forms:

  • Personal delivery by a process server;
  • Personal delivery by sheriff or law enforcement officer; or
  • Via certified mail.

4. Wait 10 days after filing

The waiting period in Oklahoma is 10 days since the filing if there are no minors involved. However, if there are minor children in a marriage, the divorce may be granted after a 90-day waiting period.

5. A no-fault divorce with no minors involved can be finalized within 10 days in Oklahoma. The judge will need to review and approve the spouse’s marital settlement agreement and issue a final divorce decree.

We provide you with:
  • All Required Oklahoma State Forms.
  • Oklahoma-Specific Court Filing Instructions.
  • Unlimited Revisions for as long as your account is active.

Getting a Divorce With Children in Oklahoma


Oklahoma child custody laws differentiate between physical and legal custody. Physical custody determines with which parent the child will reside, while legal custody is about the parent’s right to make major decisions for the child. Both types of custody may be awarded either solely or jointly to both parents.

There are also two other options in Oklahoma: split custody and bird nesting. Split custody is an arrangement when one parent might have custody of one child while another parent has custody of another one. Bird nesting happens when children reside with one parent permanently, and the other parent travels to their home for visits. This type of custody requires strong cooperation between parents and is uncommon.

The divorcing parents may reach an agreement regarding custody, child support, and visitation. However, if they fail to do so, the court will make a decision for them based on the child’s best interest.

When it comes to a child’s best interest, the following factors are evaluated:

  • each parent's willingness to foster a relationship between the child and the other parent;
  • each parent's physical and mental health;
  • the child's educational and emotional needs;
  • either parent's history of domestic violence, child abuse, or neglect;
  • each parent's overall stability;
  • the child's adjustment to school, home, and the community;
  • the child's relationship with siblings and extended family members;
  • either parent's dependency on drugs or alcohol; and
  • a child's preference in certain circumstances.

According to Oklahoma family law, the parents involved in custody proceedings are required to attend parenting classes.

Residency Requirements in OK

If the couple doesn’t want to get their case dismissed and is willing to proceed with their divorce in any Oklahoma county, they must comply with the state’s residency requirements. Unfortunately, the most common mistake regarding residency requirements is that the spouses have to file for a divorce in the state where they got married.

According to Oklahoma law, to be eligible for a divorce, either of the spouses must be a state resident for six months immediately before the couple files for a divorce.

Otherwise, any of the spouses must be a resident of any US army post or military reservation within Oklahoma for the same six months term before filing.

How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce in Oklahoma?

Divorce’s timeline depends on many factors. For example, contested divorce with minors involved may take a significant amount of time.

Thus, many couples choose to proceed with a no-fault divorce with a Marital Settlement Agreement. Luckily for Oklahoma residents, their uncontested divorce with no minors involved can be finalized in no more than 10 days since the filing. Otherwise, the state requires the spouses to wait 90 days before the final divorce order is issued when the children are involved.

Another thing to know about the 90-day waiting period in Oklahoma is that the judge can waive it in case:

  • Neither party objects; or
  • The court has reason to believe that the counseling has failed and there is no chance for reconciliation.

The following conditions pursuant to 43 O.S. § 107.1(b) also allow to waive the waiting period

  • Extreme cruelty;
  • Abandonment (≥1 year);
  • Habitual drunkenness;
  • Imprisonment on felony charge;
  • Conviction of child abuse;
  • Internment in a state institution for the insane (≥5 years);
  • The procurement of a final divorce decree without this state by any spouse, which doesn’t in this state release the other party from the marriage obligations; or
  • A child of either party has been adjudicated deprived, pursuant to the Oklahoma Children’s Code, as a result of the actions of either party to the divorce, and the party failed to complete the service and treatment plan required by the court.
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