How Long Do I Have To Live In Oklahoma Before I Can File For Divorce?
The petitioner or the respondent in an action for divorce or annulment of a marriage must have been an actual resident, in good faith, in Oklahoma, for six (6) months immediately preceding the filing of the petition. Any person who has been a resident of any United States army post or military reservation within the State of Oklahoma, for six (6) months immediately preceding the filing of the petition, may bring action for divorce or annulment of a marriage or may be sued for divorce or annulment of a marriage.
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