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When the Spouse does not Respond in a Divorce

In a divorce, a non-responsive spouse is often a good thing. This means that once a divorce is filed and the spouse is served, he/she does not file a response within the 30 day time period. In cases like this, the petitioner (or the attorney involved in the case) will enter a ‘default’. Once a … Read more about When the Spouse does not Respond in a Divorce

How to Stop a Divorce after Filing in California

In order to stop a divorce once it has been filed, the petitioner would have to file a Request for Dismissal before the spouse (also called the respondent) has responded and prior to a judgment being entered. If the spouse has responded, then he/she would need to be served with the dismissal form … Read more about How to Stop a Divorce after Filing in California

New California Law regarding the Division of Pets in a Divorce

California just signed into law a new bill (Assembly Bill 2274) which will address the treatment of pets both during and after a divorce or legal separation. Beginning January 1, 2019 there will be an enhancement to the legal designation of pet animals. Whereas before this date, pets were considered … Read more about New California Law regarding the Division of Pets in a Divorce

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