If you wish to get divorced in California, you must fill out and submit your divorce petition with the required information. This includes stating the grounds for the divorce, which must be acceptable under state law. California is a no-fault … ContinuedRead More
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If you are preparing for a divorce in California, you doubtless have concerns over your financial assets, including savings accounts and 401K plans that you have worked hard to earn. You will need to learn California’s property division laws to … ContinuedRead More
Despite wedding vows that promise to stay together in sickness and health, many couples end up getting divorced if one of them falls ill. One spouse being diagnosed with a major illness or chronic disease can increase the risk of … ContinuedRead More
Navigating holidays such as Mother’s Day can be difficult after a divorce. Your parenting plan may have the kids with you, the father, on Mother’s Day. Although you are no longer together, you may still wish to accommodate your ex-spouse’s … ContinuedRead More
Divorce is not free in California. You and your spouse may have to pay certain fees for the court to process your petition. You could also incur additional costs related to hiring a private investigator and divorce attorney, as well … ContinuedRead More