Getting a divorce is not as annoying as most people may think it is. If you do it the right way, the first tie around you can get it done in no time and live your life free of your partner. The question sometimes remains, where to go for help? We have gathered some information below for you regarding this exact topic to help point you in the right direction to make your life easier.

In some cases, you can even get it done without spending a dime. If you have no money to pay the fees to attorneys or mediators, even if you represent yourself, it can cost a pretty penny. So, if you are in a financial situation read on to find out where to go and how to get it done.

If You Cannot Afford it

When you are financially stable and cannot afford to get a divorce but feel the need to get it done in any case, you will be relieved to know that in some instances ‘indigents cases’ are allowed. This simply means that when you file, the authorities involved will decide to waive your fees if they seem you are deemed unfit. To take it a step further you can also apply for alimony, which means the spouse will need to help the partner financially, click here to find out more about this.

How this works is, the first thing to do is to get the appropriate forms. There are resources online from family lawyers or legal divorce agencies, who supply these and you can access them from their services, and file them. There is usually an instruction booklet that comes with these forms as they can be lengthy and slightly confusing, so make sure you get yourself one of those guides to help you fill it out properly.

Some clerks work at the Oklahoma courthouses who can provide them to you and can help you out going further, find out more about what they can do for you here:, to fill out the forms and to help you to file them. They are also available to answer most questions within their given knowledge. You will need to meet the state’s jurisdiction requirements to file for a fee waiver and divorce.

Information that needs to be included and that the clerk’s office can help you with includes:

  • Proof of finances, such as your income from all sources
  • If you’re asking for child support
  • Sometimes tax returns may be asked for
  • Details about any loans and your utility bills
  • Information regarding the division of the marital assets
  • Any debts you may have
  • Dates including birthdates of both partners and date of the marriage
  • Reason for the divorce
  • If you are asking for child support
  • If you have any marital assets

It is important to give full details of all of the above and as much proof as possible so that the authorities can help them waiver the fee for you. Any discrepancies will be looked into further if necessary.

In many cases, people are not able to handle the process themselves, in which case there is Oklahoma uncontested divorce help available to show you what the right paperwork is, how to fill it in and where to file it, as well as answer any questions you may have to the capacity of their knowledge. Anything related to assets any division thereof can be answered by the legal authorities as opposed to mediators.

There are also some legal aid societies in local states that can help provide financial aid to those in need of it. The city’s state bar association usually has a directory for those looking for one. When you need to get out of a marriage, with good reasons, and can’t afford it, it can be a significant relief to know that there is unwavering help out there for you.

Grounds for Divorce

According to rules of the Oklahoma title 43, the district court may grant a divorce based on any of the following instances: Abandonment of a spouse for more than a year, impotency, adultery, pregnancy from another man, constant drunkenness, the insanity of a period of more than 5 years while being accommodated in a state institution after which they must be rendered insane by 3 psychologists, gross negligence of one’s duty like not being there for the partner or children when needed, imprisonment, cruelty to the extreme, incompatibility, a fraudulent marriage contract, this source has more to read about this.

It is good to remember the reason divorces become an expense is due to petty hate and letting each other’s emotions get in the way. Living on opposite sides of the road may make the relationship better and giving each other space often does the trick. However, if you feel like there is no other option than to separate, make sure you have all your ‘I’s dotted and your ‘t’s crossed.

One should speak to their advisor and narrow down the outcome of the separation. When you focus on an outcome that assists both parties as opposed to being selfish then the process will go smoothly and you will have fewer hassles in the long run. The trick is to focus away from any fights with your wife or husband, especially when it comes to a matter of division of property, this is where things usually get heated, and historical significance comes into play between both parties, where both want the same items.

Let the mediator help you with this; it is usually their job to help negotiate things so that both parties win in the end. Make sure you do not discuss issues with friends or family and they will not be able to give you the right objective advice, let them be there as a shoulder to cry on, but that should be it till after everything is done and dusted and buried. That’s why having a mediator is recommended because they are not biased and will see things from the best perspective to show you what to do to gain the best outcome and so forth.

Divorce proceedings that involve children also do not need to be ugly, once the correct paperwork is signed and filed, you can be sure that the authorities will do their best for a proper outcome and relieve the kids to the more responsible of the two spouses and the one that is financially capable of looking after them as well. It is never pretty to get a divorce but, in some cases, when there is no other option, this would be the most advisable one.

Greg Kononenko
Greg Kononenko

My name is Greg Kononenko and I am a full-time online blogger and owner of Dad's Hustle. I'm a dad, and my passion is to help other mums and dads to start their own "hustle" and improve the financial future of their families.

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