In the state of California, there are three main ways to end a marriage, which are: divorce, legal separation and annulment. Considering, that California is a “no fault” state, there are differences between receiving a “no fault” divorce and a “fault” divorce. A “no fault” divorce, means that the direct spouse or domestic partner that… Continue reading →
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