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How long does it take to get a divorce?

In California, you will need to wait at least six months after serving your spouse with divorce papers before your marriage can officially come to an end. Of course, the divorce process can take much longer than six months to complete if it is contested. Let's look at...

Design Your Divorce Through Mediation

If you are considering divorce, you have probably imagined how the litigation may look. You can see you and your spouse’s lawyers negotiating your agreement on your behalf and can likely anticipate any resulting arguments or complications. You can likely imagine a...

Interest in divorce peaks in January

When you spend years married to a person, there never seems to be a right time for a divorce. After building a family together, you may worry about how a separation will affect your children. And you don’t want to fight in court over multiple assets. However, many...

What happens after the divorce?

Most Californians who get divorced think that the judgment ending the marriage is the end of the divorce process. However, divorced persons should attend to a number of matters that are not usually addressed in the typical judgment. Perhaps the most obvious...

Why have a prenuptial agreement?

Marriages are generally regarded as times of celebration and optimism toward the future. Why spoil these good feelings with the suggestion that the couple execute a premarital agreement? Don't such agreements deal with the consequences of divorce, not marriage? And...