In Oklahoma, divorce petitioners make decisions about ending their marriage. These decisions are based on the reason in which the marriage failed. The reason for the divorce could play a significant role in the process, especially if it reflects fault-based grounds. A local attorney provides assistance for petitioners who must use these grounds.
Identifying the Divorce Grounds
When choosing fault-based divorce grounds, the petitioner needs supporting evidence for their claim. Without evidence, their spouse would have to sign an affidavit in which they are accepting the blame for the allegation. For instance, if the grounds were adultery, the petitioner must secure evidence that shows that their spouse was unfaithful. The evidence must show that an extramarital relationship occurred and that it was consummated. Without evidence of sexual relations, the petitioner cannot use the divorce ground.
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