Domestic Violence

Know the Law

This section has information about Domestic Violence & Relationship Abuse in Oklahoma.

22 Resource(s) Found

Advice for Immigrants Suffering Domestic Violence

General advice for protecting yourself and escaping domestic violence.

Basic Q&As for Immigrants Thinking about Leaving their Abusive Relationship

If you are an immigrant and thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, this site has answers for many questions you might ask.

Consumer Rights for Domestic Violence Survivors

National Consumer Law Center publication on Consumer Rights for DV Survivors. This brief introduction contains valuable information on Budgeting and Prioritizing Debt.

Address Confidentiality Program

Domestic violence victims, who move to a new location unknown to their abuser can get a substitute address for use with state and local agencies. The program provides participants with a cost-free first-class mail forwarding service.

Domestic Violence and the Law

These pages have information for domestic violence victims in Oklahoma: what you can do if you are being abused, stalked, or harassed by someone in your life.

Protective Orders

A protective order is issued by a Court to help protect you and/or your children from harassment or abuse.

Protective Orders from Other States

Protective Orders from other states are valid in Oklahoma. You must register a protective order from another state with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.

Stalking Awareness - Know It - Name It - Stop It!

These Stalking Awareness Resources are part of a statewide initiative from OCADVSA

Advice for Immigrants Suffering Domestic Violence

General advice for protecting yourself and escaping domestic violence.

Basic Q&As for Immigrants Thinking about Leaving their Abusive Relationship

If you are an immigrant and thinking about leaving an abusive relationship, this site has answers for many questions you might ask.

Domestic Abuse Facts

What kinds of abuse are considered domestic violence? What do I say to a friend? How can I recognize a cycle of abuse?

Domestic Violence and the Law

These pages have information for domestic violence victims in Oklahoma: what you can do if you are being abused, stalked, or harassed by someone in your life.

Domestic Violence Help in Your Area

Find your city on the map to find service providers in your area.

Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation

The Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation Fund mission is to compassionately deliver services by offering information, resources and financial assistance to crime victims and the organizations who serve them.

Oklahoma Resources for Domestic Violence Issues

Statewide, local and programs for Native Americans identified by WomensLaw.org.

Oklahoma Statutes Protection from Domestic Abuse Act

Oklahoma Statues Title 22, Section 60.1 through 60.20

WomensLaw.org

Oklahoma law and information about domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Petition for Protective Order- Court Forms for Oklahoma Courts

This link will take you to the OSCN website where you can obtain the forms (in pdf format) you need for a Protective Order. Some counties require that you go through the local Domestic Violence Office in order to file for a Protective Order. The law CHANGES ON NOV 1, 2019. If the forms at this link do not have a footer of November 1, 2019, they are the old forms.

Protective Orders

A protective order is issued by a Court to help protect you and/or your children from harassment or abuse.

Protective Orders from Other States

Protective Orders from other states are valid in Oklahoma. You must register a protective order from another state with the Oklahoma Secretary of State.

Oklahoma Statutes Protection from Domestic Abuse Act

Oklahoma Statues Title 22, Section 60.1 through 60.20

Oklahoma Find A Lawyer

As a community service, the OBA does provide a directory of its attorney members who have given their permission to have their names published in the Oklahoma Find A Lawyer directory at Oklahoma Find A Lawyer. There you can search by both geographic area or by a lawyer's practice area.

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