Recreational marijuana has been legal in California for a year and a half, how does this newfound status impact child custody disputes?
A “divorce decree” simply refers to the court’s final ruling and judgment order that makes the termination of a marriage official.
As with every process, this one has a moment where it starts. In California, the first divorce step is when you fill out and file the divorce petition.
There are two options to end a marriage. Divorce or annulment. Divorce is by far the more common choice because qualifying for an annulment is not easy.
Everyone from certified experts to celebrities have talked about vaccines. The fallout from this conflict is everywhere, even in child custody disputes.
While divorce is the most common way to end a marital relationship, it’s not the only one. In some cases, legal separation may be an option.
Divorce doesn’t mean we stop caring for our kids. It certainly doesn’t mean we stop providing for their care. This most often takes the form of child support.
Pet custody is evolving and catching up, however. A few states have passed legislation to distinguish pets from other assets and to protect their rights.
Bankruptcy impacts every facet of your life. Your marriage feels the brunt, and so does the process of ending it. Does bankruptcy change divorce?
Mudslinging is common in ending a marriage, but unfounded abuse allegations all too often have a negative impact on divorce cases.
The paparazzi probably doesn’t hound you and follow your every move, but that doesn’t mean privacy during divorce is important to you.
Meeting with a divorce lawyer for the first time can be intimidating and overwhelming, but here are some ways to prepare for your initial consultation.
Child custody battles can boil over into heated, contentious affairs in the best of times, but military service often complicates matters further.
The steps to getting divorced in CA are relatively simple; establish residency on a state/county level, file the forms, serve your spouse, and finalize your agreement.