If your Oklahoma drivers license was suspended or revoked by the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Child Support Services division, this self-help packet may help you get it reinstated. This "packet" is to help you represent yourself in court.
Oklahoma Child Support Services cannot provide legal advice or help you in this process. You should talk to a lawyer about this before you start.
Who can use these forms?
You MUST have an Oklahoma child support order from the District Court in the county where you will file the Reinstatement of Oklahoma Licenses. If you do not have an Oklahoma child support order these forms will not work.
What does it cost?
You will be responsible for paying the filing fee to the Court. You will also pay fees for service of process. These fees are subject to change. You may contact the Court Clerk in the county where you will be filing the papers to find out what the current court costs are. Here's a link to the list of counties and court clerk's offices for each: http://www.oscn.net/courts/
Also, ask about the cost of serving the papers by local sheriff or private process server to find out how much it will cost to have the papers served. If you decide to serve these papers by certified mail, contact the U.S. Postal Service for the total cost.
Before you start
You will need to have a few things with you before you can complete the paperwork:
a copy of your last Administrative and/or District Court Notice/Order of Child Support Lien, and
Order Placing Obligor’s License(s) on Probationary or Revokes Status, and
copies of the Noncompliance with an order of Child Support Order to Revoke Driving Privilege that was filed with Department of Public Safety;
an address or contact information for the other people in the case;
your Family Group Number (FGN)/ OK IV-D number.
The forms you need, with instructions are in the pdf below. Click on the link to open the full packet and print it.
There are 18 pages in the packet.
Print neatly and use a pen with blue or black ink.