California Divorce Laws & Resources

If you would like to learn more about California divorce laws, research the California Code on your own, or simply need a lawyer specializing in California divorce law at this time, you will find the resources you need right here.

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California Divorce & Finances

Separating joint finances in the midst of a California divorce is complicated business. Property, assets, and debts must be carefully evaluated. How will you deal with joint property? How will your taxes be affected? What estate planning issues need to be addressed? Will one spouse need to support the other for a time, and if so, for how much and how long? Following are some laws specific to California Divorce and Finances.

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California Divorce Law, Lawyers & Attorneys

This Free Advice California Divorce resource page is designed to help you sort through the California divorce and separation process, and the details that are a part of that process. Here you will find information about your legal rights and responsibilities, California divorce and separation requirements, California divorce and finances, California child custody, California child support, and general articles covering more specialized divorce topics, such as divorce and taxes and divorce and estate planning.

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California Child Custody & California Child Support

When children are involved in a California divorce, courts are careful to take into consideration the needs and interests of the child or children when deciding California child custody and California child support issues. All courts prefer parents to amicably work out the details of raising their children together after a divorce. But when a court needs to get involved, usually when the parents can’t agree, the court will always look to the best interests of the child or children. Following are the California laws governing child custody and support.

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California Divorce & Separation

California is a state of innovation, even when it comes to the divorce process. If you qualify, you may be able to seek a summary dissolution, or a simplified California divorce procedure, thereby saving time and money (see below). Otherwise, California legal separations and California divorce rules and laws are similar to other states. You will find valuable information below about California divorce grounds, residency and filing, and California summary dissolution.

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