Tulsa Divorce Lawyers

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Cordell & Cordell’s Tulsa divorce lawyers are committed to helping you through one of the most trying periods in your life.

Featuring a comprehensive understanding of Oklahoma divorce law, our Tulsa family law attorneys focus entirely on Tulsa divorce issues, including Oklahoma child custody laws, Oklahoma alimony laws, and child support in Oklahoma.

To schedule an appointment, call 918-200-0990 or 1-866-DADS-LAW. One of our representatives will be glad to speak with you.

Free valet parking is available in the Mid Continent Auto Park at 123 East 4th Street. The entrance to the garage is off 4th Street, between Boston and Cincinnati Avenues. The valet will give you a blue ticket that you must bring to the office for validation.

Frequently Asked Tulsa Divorce Questions

How long do I have to live in Tulsa County before I can file for divorce?

30 days

Is there a mandatory waiting period in Tulsa County before a divorce can be granted? How long will a divorce take?

For a divorce with minor children, there is a 90-day waiting period from the date the Petition is filed.

For an uncontested divorce without minor children, there is a 10-day waiting period from the date the Petition is filed.

The length of time for a divorce cannot be predicted. It could occur anywhere from 10 days to a couple years, depending on whether there are minor children, the complexity of the issues, and the level of agreement between the parties.

How can I serve my spouse in Tulsa County? If attempts to serve do not work, can I serve by publication?

A party may be properly served in Tulsa County through a private process server, service through the sheriff’s department, or certified mail with the return receipt signed and filed with the court. Additionally, a Waiver of Service can be signed and filed with the court clerk.

Service by publication is allowed when stated in the petition or by affidavit filed with the court stating that despite due diligence service cannot be made by other means.

Service shall be made by publication of a notice, signed by the court clerk, one day a week for three consecutive weeks in a newspaper that is authorized by law to publish legal notices in the county where the Petition is filed. The Tulsa World is authorized to publish legal notices in Tulsa County.

What are the specific forms I will need to file for a divorce in Tulsa County?

You must file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with a cover sheet and a summons. The cover sheet is available on the website.

Where do I file for divorce?

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