California Family Law Blog And News2021-02-08T16:54:31-08:00

Understanding The Six Month Waiting Period for Divorce in California

What is California's six month waiting period for divorce, and what does it mean for you? Oftentimes, this period is also referred to as the "cooling off" time for couples to determine if they'd like to reconcile. Additionally, it establishes the first day individuals may legally remarry. Read on to learn more about the six month waiting period in California divorce and how A People's Choice can help you.

Types of Guardianship for Minors in California

When establishing guardianship for minors in California, it is important to understand the different options available and how each affects the legal rights of all parties. Read on to learn more about informal and legal guardianship, how to obtain each, and how A People's Choice can help.

Quick and Easy Way on How to Get a Divorce in California

The decision to divorce can be a painful one, so many people want to finish the process as quickly as possible. However, there is a specific timeline couples must follow before official termination of their marriage. Hiring a legal document preparation assistant can help you get a judgment within 45 days and avoid further waiting time for incomplete or incorrect forms.

Read This if You are on the Fence About Signing a Prenuptial Agreement

It is understandable to have mixed emotions if your fiancé asks you about signing a prenuptial agreement, when you have never thought about doing so. A growing number of newlyweds are signing a prenuptial agreement as a way of making mature financial decisions and being honest with each other about their assets, debts, and feelings about financial obligations. An affordable way to get your prenuptial agreement accomplished is to have a California non-attorney legal document assistant prepare the prenup.

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Prenuptial Agreements Protect Both Parties’ Legal Rights

Your family and friends might have expressed skepticism when you told them that you and your fiancé were planning on signing a prenuptial agreement. You can use prenups to protect your spouse from financial mistakes you made in the past and prevent resentment over your spouse’s generosity toward your stepchildren. Even better, you do not need a lawyer to make a legally valid prenuptial agreement. It is much more cost effective to have a California non-attorney legal document assistant prepare your prenup

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Understanding California Child Custody Laws

Getting involved in child custody litigation is no fun, but it is some consolation that many people represent themselves in child custody cases, so it is not necessary to spend money you do not have on a lawyer. It is, however, a wise and affordable investment to have a California non-attorney legal document assistant prepare the court documents for your child custody case and navigating California child custody laws.

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Understanding California Divorce Laws

Filing divorce in California without a lawyer IS possible! Using a legal document assistant such as A People's Choice could save you thousands of dollars on your case. However, self-representation also requires self-education. Here is a description of some of the most important California divorce laws for your reference! If you are navigating divorce without a lawyer, be sure to contact A People's Choice for more educational resources.


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