Not all divorces require an expensive and emotional legal process. In California, if you and your spouse agree on all issues and meet all the state's requirements, you can file for a summary dissolution.
If you're receiving spousal support (alimony) after a divorce in California and you're hoping to remarry or live with a new partner, it's important to understand how your new relationship may impact your future payments.
In California, couples looking to end a marriage aren't limited to a traditional divorce. That said, a legal separation is not the same as using a separation agreement. Continue reading to learn the differences between divorce, legal separation, and separation agreements.
In a divorce, dividing property is often one of the most complicated tasks for spouses. In California, divorcing spouses must split any property acquired during the marriage, but there are some exceptions.