What document is considered my divorce decree? Written By Sandra McCarthy Founder, A People’s Choice Fact Checked When a California divorce Judgment has been entered, there are two important documents. Judgment (FL-180) Notice of Entry of Judgment (FL-190) The Judgment has the details of the division of assets, debts, child support, custody, visitation, etc. If the parties sign a Marital Settlement Agreement, that is typically attached to and is a part of the Judgment document. This document would be considered the divorce decree of Judgment. The Notice of Entry of Judgment is simply a Notice of court action. This document has the date of termination of the marriage and lets both parties know that the case is now considered concluded by the court. If many of our cases, the Judgment is entered months before the termination date of the marriage. Be aware that the court will not send any subsequent documentation to the parties regarding the termination date. The termination date will simply pass and at that point the parties are free to remarry. A People’s Choice is ready to help with your California divorce documents A People’s Choice is a unique online service that provides custom, hands-on help for our clients, preparing their California divorce and family law forms as well as filing them with the court. Start My Divorce By Sandra McCarthy|2021-03-15T09:08:19-07:00February 2nd, 2021|Divorce FAQs, Top Divorce FAQs, Divorce Column 1|Comments Off on What document is considered my divorce decree?