Dissolution of Marriage (Divorce):
A dissolution of marriage, which is more commonly known as divorce, terminates the marriage of the spouses and resolves
issues between them, including child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, asset and debt division,
former name restoration, and even restraining orders.
Through this process, parties can:
With a regular dissolution, a court hearing or trial may be held. If either spouse is unhappy with the judge's final
decision, that spouse may appeal.
- divide assets and debts
- receive custody and visitation orders
- receive child and/or spousal support orders
- terminate the marriage relationship
An Uncontested divorce is when your spouse does not disagree with your requests on any and all issues. When your spouse
does not Respond, the case becomes an uncontested matter and is finalized by Default.
If either spouse is unhappy with the judge's final decision, that spouse may appeal.
Community property is everything that a husband and wife or registered domestic partners OWN TOGETHER. In most cases that
(1) Money or benefits like pensions and stock options that you now have which either of you earned during the time you were
living together as husband and wife or as registered domestic partners; and
(2) Anything either of you bought with money earned during that period.
The earliest a Divorce can become Final in the State of California, is 6 months from the date
that Respondent was first served.
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