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California Divorce Resource Links

In the state of California, either party to a marriage may file for divorce. Such dissolution of marriage restores the prior husband and wife to single status in the law. Irreconcilable differences and incurable insanity are each grounds for divorce, summary dissolution of a marriage or a binding legal separation. An annulment is a legal judgment that no legal marriage was entered into and requirements are much more stringent for such a petition.

A divorce may be contested or uncontested. A contested divorce is one in which the parties disagree over the terms of dissolution, such as child custody, visitation, child support, post separation support, spousal support, alimony or division of marital assets. There may be disputes over which assets and/or debts should be attributed as marital and which are separately owned by spouses during the marriage. A contested divorce may require mediation and/or court hearings to resolve.

The following links may be helpful in understanding California law and divorce proceedings:

How to Get Divorced in California

How to File for Divorce in San Bernardino or Riverside County

No-Fault Divorce – California, Wikipedia

California Law on Property Division

California Family Code

California Divorce Laws –

Superior Court of California – Divorce, Legal Separation & Annulment Information

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