Sometimes, the best thing to do is to call it quits. Other times, learning that you need an OKC divorce attorney comes as an absolute shock.
In Oklahoma, divorce is generally filed as no-fault (irreconcilable differences) although we are still one of the states that offers at-fault divorces. However, you would need to be able to prove whichever one of those "faults" you name. Some, of course, would be easier than others (such as imprisonment or living apart). So, most couples filing for divorce in Oklahoma find it easier to use irreconcilable differences.
Filing in this manner doesn't mean that you get along. It doesn't mean you agree on everything related to the divorce. It only means neither of you needs to prove any allegation about why you're filing for divorce in Oklahoma.
If you and your soon-to-be former spouse share at least one minor child (biologically or adopted), child custody, visitation, and support must also be addressed.
This only covers a small portion of what could happen during a divorce. An OKC divorce attorney can prove beneficial for you, regardless of whether you have children.
Affording the Legal Help You Need for Your Oklahoma Divorce
Here at Justice Legal Team, we know that the expense of Oklahoma divorce matters can make getting the representation you need feel like it's out of reach. We've worked hard to put together financing options for our clients to help them be able to get the legal help they need.