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Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: December 1, 2020
Can I get a protective order against a same-sex partner?
In Oklahoma, you may apply for a protective order against a current or former same-sex partner as long as the relationship meets the requirements listed in Am I eligible to file for a protective order? You must also be the victim of an act of domestic abuse, harassment, stalking, or rape, which are explained here.
You can find information about LGBTQIA victims of abuse and what types of barriers they may face on our LGBTQIA Victims page.
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