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Preparing for Court

UPDATED June 19, 2012

Court Forms

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You will find the forms you need to file for a protective order on the Oklahoma State Courts Network website.  You can also find the forms by calling or visiting the civil clerk at the courthouse in your area.  To find out where to file please read In which county can I file for a protective order?  Then you can go to the OK Courthouses page to find the location and phone number for the courthouse.

If you live in Tulsa County, there is a free, interactive computer system, called I-CAN, that can help you fill out your protection order forms.  The software walks you through the process by asking a series of questions.

Someone in a domestic violence organization in your area may also be able to help you get the forms and help you through the process. To find a shelter or an advocate at a local program, please visit the OK State and Local Programs page.