Oklahoma divorce laws dating
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Sections 103 and 129]REMARRIAGE AFTER DIVORCE: It shall be unlawful for either party to an action for divorce whose former husband or wife is living to marry in this state a person other than the divorced spouse within six (6) months from date of decree of divorce granted in this state.
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Section 123]SIMPLIFIED OR SPECIAL DIVORCE PROCEDURES: In an action for divorce where there are minor children involved, the court shall not issue a final order thereon for at least ninety (90) days from the date of filing the petition which ninety (90) days may be waived by the court for good cause shown and without objection by either party.
In addition, in some states the new relationship may be considered in the division of property or alimony determinations, so the dating spouse may not get as much as they want out of the divorce depending on the new partner's financial circumstances.
This is especially true if the dating spouse begins cohabitating with their new partner during the divorce process.
[Based on Oklahoma Statutes; Title 43, Section 107.1]MEDIATION OR COUNSELING REQUIREMENTS: In all actions for divorce, separate maintenance, guardianship, paternity, custody or visitation, including modifications or enforcements of a prior court order, where the interest of a child under eighteen (18) years of age is involved, the court may require all adult parties to attend an educational program concerning, as appropriate, the impact of separate parenting and co-parenting on children, the implications for visitation and conflict management, development of children, separate financial responsibility for children and such other instruction as deemed necessary by the court.
The program shall be educational in nature and not designed for individual therapy.
If absolutely necessary, limit your use to professional purposes only.
The court shall enter its decree confirming in each spouse the property owned by him or her before marriage and the un-disposed of property acquired after marriage by him or her in his or her own right.Read the following to avoid common mistakes made during divorce, in order to protect yourself and get the best possible outcome.The best advice anybody going through a divorce can take is to stay off of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.Dating during divorce can have legal consequences both for the divorcing spouse and their new partner.Dating while separated can hold up and complicate the divorce proceedings, can effect custody and visitation decisions, and rarely but possibly, depending on the state, may be grounds for a lawsuit.