In California, Divorce begins at the date of service. This means that the date of filing a divorce is not the beginning timeframe. A Divorce in California takes a minimum of 6 months and 1 day from the date of service. Service is the formal notification that a Divorce has been filed. Service is … Read more about Divorce Service in CA
Either the petitioner or the respondent can request spousal support in California. Spousal support, also known as alimony, is based on a number of factors. Some factors are the gross income of both parties, the number of dependents, annual child support payments and healthcare premiums paid. … Read more about California Spousal Support
Often people think that they cannot afford a divorce lawyer. They may feel that divorce fees are too high and that attorneys charge too much money on an hourly basis. They may also feel that their case is easy and doesn't require an attorney. However, an affordable divorce lawyer can be found! In … Read more about Can You Afford a Divorce Lawyer?
Everyone wants a cheap divorce. The question is--how to get a low cost divorce that is both easy and gives you the desired outcome? Follow these 10 steps which will almost certainly assure success. 1.) Resist the temptation to sign up for a divorce initially as this is the time when your … Read more about 10 Steps to a Cheap Divorce
When a person decides to divorce, he/she usually wants to do it as quickly as possible. The parties involved may have tried therapy or counseling or they may just realize that the marriage is not working. Sometimes they are already separated and now wish to divorce. Some may want to remarry and … Read more about The Quickest Way to Divorce in California
Most people want to save money on their divorce. In California, there are ways to do this. California is very supportive of those who wish to file their divorce ‘in pro per’ or without legal representation. Although litigants can save money handling their case without a lawyer, they can also waste … Read more about How to Lower your Divorce Costs
The term ‘In Pro Per’ simply means that a person who is filing for divorce does not have an ‘attorney of record’ for his/her case. An ‘attorney of record’ for a case means that the divorce attorney listed ‘fully represents’ the client. Attorneys that ‘fully represent’ for divorce typically do so … Read more about In Pro Per Divorce