If you have received divorce papers, you may not be thinking too clearly. You may be scared about the outcome of a divorce case and wonder how it will play out in terms of your assets, children, and other things that mean the most to you. Many people panic and think that they have to… Continue reading →
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The Process of Serving Your Spouse With Divorce Papers
The thought of having your spouse served with divorce papers may make you nervous and even scared. However, the process is made relatively easy to make life simple for you and your spouse. There are some general principles that we will help you understand in your moment of need. Before you move forward with the… Continue reading →
How Long Does the Divorce Process Take in California?
When you file your petition for divorce, you probably have hopes and expectations that your marriage will end quickly and you can move forward with many aspects of your life. However, you should note that, when you first file your papers and petition the court for your divorce, you must wait 6 months in California… Continue reading →
Changing Your Name Back to Your Maiden Name After Divorce
In California, if you are in the middle of a divorce, you may wonder how you can go back to your maiden name. This process is very important and delicate to many people as they make new strides toward a fresh start in life. In many cases, you must find and file the appropriate paperwork… Continue reading →
Can a Spousal Support Order be Changed in California?
You may think that a spousal support order is final when one has been granted to you – however, a change in circumstances can call for a change in your order as well. There are many reasons why you may need to modify alimony from either ends. Here are some of the most common reasons:… Continue reading →
Immediately After Being Served Divorce Papers
Depending on your situation, you may not have expected to be served papers for divorce. However, we can help you through the difficult circumstances that may have brought turmoil to your life in a short amount of time. The first question you must ask is this: Are you going through an uncontested or contested divorce?… Continue reading →