Most of the time that people claim they have been robbed, it’s actually a case of larceny, burglary, or fraud. These crimes generally involve secrecy or deceit, while robbery relies on confrontation and the use of force or fear. The Oklahoma statute defines robbery as the unlawful taking of personal property belonging to another person, accomplished by means of force or fear.
Making the decision to get a divorce is extremely difficult for any couple. Once that decision is made though, the spouses will have to make many more. One of these is whether to file a fault-based or no-fault divorce. In Oklahoma, spouses can file for either type. However, those filing based on fault will need to have proper grounds and prove that fault during the divorce process.
So, what is a no-fault divorce? And what are the grounds for divorce in Oklahoma?