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  • Garnishment Forms

    Use these forms to collect a judgement in Oklahoma. Content Detail

    By:
    Administrative Office of the Courts
  • General Appearance and Waiver of Summons

    This form is used in what's commonly called an uncontested or waiver or default divorce action. Generally used for one spouse to respond to the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage by entering an appearance, signing the Agreed Decree of Divorce and waiving all further notices from the court. CAREFULLY read and only sign this form on page 2 if you agree with all of the statements you are making and have signed the Agreed Decree of Divorce. CAREFULLY read and only sign page 4 IF you want to Waive the terms of the Automatic Temporary Injunction. You do NOT have to sign this form and give up any of your rights. PLEASE speak with a lawyer about the effect of signing both of these waivers of your rights. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Local Court Rules - Bryan County

    Local Court Rules - Bryan County Content Detail

    By:
    19th Judicial District
  • Local Court Rules - Washington County

    Local Court Rules - Washington County Content Detail

    By:
    11th Judicial District
  • Local Court Rules - Osage County

    Local Court Rules - Osage County Read More

    By:
    10th Judicial District
  • Local Court Rules - Major County

    Local Court Rules - Major County Read More

    By:
    Major County District Court
  • Local Court Rules - Comanche County

    Local Court Rules - Comanche County Read More

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    Comanche County District Court
  • What is LiveHelp?

    Learn about OKLaw's LiveHelp, online chat to help you find legal information, referrals to legal aid and low or no-cost legal help or self-help materials. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Pauper's Affidavit pdf

    If you cannot afford court costs you can ask the judge to waive them. This is an application to the court called a "Paupers Affidavit." Content Detail

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Guardian's Yearly Reports to the Court

    If a court made you a guardian, you have to file reports to tell the court and other people involved in your case about: How your ward is doing? Any changes in the ward’s life or financial situation? What you are doing for the ward? Sometimes the judge will Order a Report and Accounting to be filed more often or less often than one year. You can still use this program. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Small Claims Court

    Small Claims Court is for cases involving amounts up to $7,500 (on Nov 1st, $10,000). You do not have to have an attorney and it can be less expensive and less complicated than District Court. Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Motion to Modify Child Support (Administrative Court) (PDF)

    Do you have a child support order from either the District Court or an Administrative Court? If your circumstances or those of the parent who is paying support, have changed, you can ask the court to modify the monthly child support payments. This is a PDF document you can print and fill out the forms by hand. Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma Child Support Services
  • Adult Name Change Forms pdf

    Adult Name Change forms and instructions from the Oklahoma County Bar Association, Legal Aid and Pro Bono Committee Content Detail

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
  • Example of Motion for Stay of Proceedings pdf

    Provides an example form of a Motion for Stay of Proceedings for an active duty member pursuant to SCRA Content Detail

  • Rules For the District Courts of Oklahoma

    Found in Title 12 of the Oklahoma Statutes Content Detail

    By:
    Oklahoma Supreme Court