How to Finish Divorce in California

Obtaining a divorce in California is complicated and, as a result, can be a lengthy process. Some couples end up feeling as though they will never finish divorce in California and remain forever married. No matter what, there is always a minimum six-month waiting period before the divorce can be final, and the parties declared single. The final Judgment comes after the settlement, which covers property division, spousal support, and child custody and support. All in all, the divorce process can take a long time, particularly if you are trying to complete it on your own, without professional help.

By |2019-07-06T19:04:13-08:00July 6th, 2019|Family Law|0 Comments

How to File Divorce When Both Parties Agree

Probably the simplest type of divorce occurs when both parties want to end the marriage and are cooperating. You can file divorce when both parties agree by completing an "uncontested divorce" process. Because uncontested divorce is faster, easier, and less expensive, most couples prefer this process. However, the couple still must file the right papers to protect themselves and get the divorce finalized.

By |2019-06-30T17:59:41-08:00June 29th, 2019|Family Law|0 Comments

How to File a Final Judgment in Divorce

Often we are contacted by divorcing couples with regards in how to file a final judgment in divorce. First, to finish your divorce, you must have completed the required financial disclosures. Once that has been done, the forms required to complete and file the judgment forms with the court clerk will depend on the status of [...]

By |2018-01-18T15:46:22-08:00April 4th, 2017|Family Law|0 Comments

Child Custody and Divorce in California

Couples who are separating will ultimately  face the issues surrounding child custody and divorce in California. Losing time with your child can be a very frightening idea. Unfortunately, when a separation or divorce with a former partner is disputed and all matters are decided by a court, then child custody issues are often highly contested. However, when [...]

By |2018-01-18T15:47:51-08:00January 4th, 2015|Family Law|Comments Off on Child Custody and Divorce in California

Alternative to Ventura County Self Help Center for Divorce and Other Legal Documents

Have you ever arrived at the County Self Help Center only to discover there are 100 people in front of you? To make matters worse, you’ve just taken the day off work to take care of your paperwork, and now you realize you probably won’t be able to get help at the County Self Help Center that day because the line is too long. If you have had this experience you are not alone, and will be glad to know there are other options available for your legal document preparation needs.

By |2019-07-26T08:42:27-08:00July 28th, 2013|Family Law, Legal Document Assistants, Videos|Comments Off on Alternative to Ventura County Self Help Center for Divorce and Other Legal Documents