Divorce Without Minor Children – $75
The easiest and fasted type of divorce. Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC can quickly get you your Oklahoma uncontested divorce forms and can have your divorce completed in as few as 10 days!
Divorce With Minor Children – $150
Not as fast of a divorce, but with the help of Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC, you can get your divorce paperwork completed quickly so you can get your divorce filed and begin to move forward.
Divorce By Publication
The lengthiest of divorces, Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC can complete your divorce by publication paperwork fast to get you started with full instructions. This divorce is for those who have lost all contact with their spouses.
OKLAHOMA DIVORCE FORMS
Why Choose Oklahoma Divorce Forms?
Divorce papers at half the cost to those other guys. Only $75 for divorce papers in Oklahoma without children and $150 for divorce papers with children. I don’t hire outside services nor do I keep an office outside of my home. This lets me to keep my prices as low as possible.
Your divorce papers will be returned to you within 24 hours, but normally within 12. Depending on the time of day that I receive your information and payment, I can have your Oklahoma divorce forms completed in as little as 6 hours!
Your divorce papers are completed by a person, not some automated website software. I personally complete each document that is ordered myself. Automated services are only going to fill in blanks to forms already prepared and will be as accurate as the information that you type in.
I service only Oklahoma, and I was born and raised right here. My hometown is Duncan, OK, and I have also lived in Weatherford, Durant, Okemah, and currently in Sallisaw.
What To Expect
When you order your papers from Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC, you will be ordering from a person who cares about the service you receive. I am not a corporation or big business that serves all of the United States. I service only Oklahoma and I care about you getting the right forms the first time. If you have questions, I am only an email away.
When I receive your payment and information, I look over the info and see if everything is there that I need to complete your forms correctly. Sometimes I need a little bit more information and I will reply back to the information email, letting you know what it is that I need. Once I have everything needed, I will quickly complete your forms and send you a link so you can review and print your forms. If you can’t print the forms yourself, often you can go to your local library, Kinko’s or Staples and they can help you with that for a small fee or you can pay a little extra when you order your forms from me and I can print and mail them to you.
VARIOUS DIVORCE FORM TYPES
What Forms Do We Offer?
Divorce Without Minor Children
The easiest and fasted type of divorce. Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC can quickly get you your Oklahoma uncontested divorce forms and you can have your divorce completed in as little as 10 days!
Divorce With Minor Children
Not as fast of a divorce but with the help of Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC, you can get your divorce paperwork completed quickly so you can get your divorce filed and begin to move forward.
Divorce By Publication
The lengthiest of divorces, Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC can complete your paperwork fast to get you started with full instructions. This divorce is for those who have lost all contact with their spouses.
Need Divorce Papers?
Affordable Documents with a Fast Turn Around
If you have asked yourself, “Where do I get divorce papers?”, then you have found the right place. With Oklahoma Divorce Forms, uncontested divorces can be cheap and very possible!
Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC is here to help Oklahoman’s get their divorce forms online and other legal documents for the lowest possible prices. I go that extra mile by giving you fast personal service. My goal is to make this trying time for you as simple as possible. You won’t be disappointed when you choose Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC to complete your divorce papers in Oklahoma.
Getting your Oklahoma uncontested divorce forms can be a very confusing thing. Doing a search online brings up literally thousands of options to choose from. The options range from attorneys that can prepare your forms and file your divorce for you, to free downloadable forms that you have to fill out yourself. Within these thousands of options, the largest portion of the results are businesses that can complete your papers for you and then you file your documents yourself. This is what you will find in Oklahoma Divorce Forms, LLC.
What sets us apart from the rest is that I actually complete your Oklahoma uncontested divorce forms myself. You won’t find computer auto-generated forms that may or may not be accepted by the courts. A computer can’t take the answers that you give and accurately read them and translate them to text that is acceptable for legal forms.
So if you are looking for an uncontested divorce with children, an extremely simple divorce without children, then you have found the right place. I will do my best to make sure you have everything you need to get your cheap divorce in Oklahoma. (The forms supplied are what 99% of all judges in Oklahoma require for completion of a divorce. There are a few judges that have their own requirements and they can tell you what form it is they need and where to obtain it from.)
COMMON QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Oklahoma Uncontested Divorce
What does Uncontested Divorce Mean?
In simplest terms, an uncontested divorce means everyone agrees on all terms.
Having minor children doesn’t prevent anyone from being able to obtain an uncontested divorce.
If you can sit down and work things out fairly with your ex, then you can get an uncontested divorce. This will save you a lot of time and money. Often attorneys will try to drag out a divorce because the longer it takes, the more money they make. This includes getting the couple to fight to help drag it out. This happens all too often and when there is children involved, isn’t what is always best for the children. The best thing for the children, when they are involved, is a quick civil divorce with plenty of time being spent with both parents.
What if there is nothing to divide but they still won’t agree?
Sometimes it isn’t as simple as one or the other not agreeing on terms. I hear often that a person’s ex just doesn’t want to sign because they want to make it has hard as possible for the other person. This is contested, but not quite the same as the normal contested divorce. If there is no debt or property to divide and there are no children, you could still possible get your divorce without your ex agreeing to it. In this case, you would be sure to get the forms to your ex in a way that you can prove that you did, either through process server or certified mail, and make sure that they know when court is scheduled. Then leave it to the judge to accept the divorce or not. The judge can finalize the divorce even without the other person agreeing.
What is the difference between Contested and Uncontested Divorces?
Uncontested divorces are when both parties, the divorcing couple, agree on all aspects of the divorce. They are the most common and the cheapest.
Contested divorces are when both parties can’t agree. It can be that they can’t come to an agreement over small things, like the division of property, or much more important things, like who the children will live with. This type of divorce will require an attorney, and from personal experience, if one spouse hires an attorney, the other should also hire one. The reason being that if one has an attorney, the attorney will be able to convince the judge that what their client wants is justified. This leaves the other person feeling like they got the bad end of the deal, and most usually they are right about that.
What you should know about an Uncontested Divorce
Communication with your soon to be ex-spouse is extremely important with an uncontested divorce. You will need to be able to talk to them about all areas involved with the divorce. This includes division of debt and property, and any minor children that you have had with them. You have to be able to speak to them about who the children will primarily stay with, how expenses for the children are paid for, and anything else that has to be listed.
Something that many forget about when going for an uncontested divorce when there are children involved, is keeping things fair. If you want to limit a parent’s access to a child, YOU WILL HAVE TO HIRE AN ATTORNEY. Without solid grounds for limiting the parent, a judge will not agree to the limitations. So when you are sitting down to discuss the terms of your divorce with your ex, be sure to make sure you keep things fair.
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Resources & Articles
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