§ 107.1. Actions where minor child involved--Delayed final order--Waiver--Completion of educati...
Oklahoma Statutes AnnotatedTitle 43. Marriage and Family
43 Okl.St.Ann. § 107.1
§ 107.1. Actions where minor child involved--Delayed final order--Waiver--Completion of educational program--Exceptions
6. Insanity for a period of five (5) years, the insane person having been an inmate of a state institution for the insane in the State of Oklahoma, or an inmate of a state institution for the insane in some other state for such period, or an inmate of a private sanitarium, and affected with a type of insanity with a poor prognosis for recovery;
7. Conviction of any crime defined by the Oklahoma Child Abuse Reporting and Prevention Act1 committed upon a child of either party to the divorce by either party to the divorce; or
8. A child of either party has been adjudicated deprived, pursuant to the Oklahoma Children's Code,2 as a result of the actions of either party to the divorce and the party has not successfully completed the service and treatment plan required by the court.
C. After a petition has been filed in an action for divorce where there are minor children involved, the court may make any such order concerning property, children, support and expenses of the suit as provided for in Section 110 of this title, to be enforced during the pendency of the action, as may be right and proper.
D. The court may issue a final order in an action for divorce where minor children are involved before the ninety-day time period set forth in subsection A of this section has expired, if the parties voluntarily participate in marital or family counseling and the court finds reconciliation is unlikely.
Laws 1992, c. 243, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1992; Laws 1994, c. 124, § 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1994; Laws 1996, c. 131, § 7, eff. Jan. 1, 1997; Laws 2002, c. 445, § 16, eff. Nov. 1, 2002.
43 Okl. St. Ann. § 107.1, OK ST T. 43 § 107.1
Current with emergency effective legislation through Chapter 317 of the First Regular Session of the 59th Legislature (2023). Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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