Divorce often involves the separation:
- Child Custody – May involve shared care and access to children arrangements
- Child Support
- Spousal Support – Sometimes referred to as Alimony
- Division of Debt
- Distribution of Property and More
Family Law Rules for Divorce in California
To divorce in California you must have been legally residing in the state six months prior to filing for divorce. You must also be a resident for 3 months in the county where you file. There is absolutely no way to file for divorce in California without meeting these conditions first, nor can any lawyer bypass these rules. In California, When the divorce process begins there are also civil rules that automatically go into effect. Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (ATROS) become in effect until the divorce ends.
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