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Divorce Facts Orange County California

Where can you get divorce facts Orange County California? Finding divorce facts in Orange County California related to your specific divorce or dissolution of marriage would best be addressed by consulting an Orange County divorce attorney. There are many questions regarding divorce facts in Orange County California pertaining to divorce, dissolution of marriage, legal separation, annulments, summary dissolutions, and domestic partnerships.

California is a no-fault divorce state -- in fact it was the first state to implement no-fault divorces. As a result, no-fault divorce applies to Orange County California divorces. If a spouse wants to terminate a marriage in Orange County California the Orange County Superior Court can grant what is called a dissolution of marriage if the court finds "irreconcilable differences" -- It does not matter if the other spouse does not want to end the marriage. Once the Orange County court finds differences that have caused an irrecoverable breakdown in the marriage the divorce can be granted. A common reason for a divorce cited in Orange County divorce papers "irreconcilable differences." California law refers to a divorce as a dissolution of marriage. There is no major difference between a divorce or dissolution of marriage -- essentially it means the same thing.

If you are divorcing or separating in Orange County you'll want to be famililar with divorce facts and the divorce law related to divorce or dissolution of marriage, legal separation, summary dissolution, annulment, and domestic partnerships. The following information provided below provides some divorce facts and definitions for informational purposes only to help address common divorce questions, divorce rights related to divorce law Orange County California. Keep in mind only an Orange County divorce attorney can provide you with "legal advice" and specific divorce law Orange County California related to your specific case.

A legal separation has similar grounds to that of divorce. However, a marriage or domestic partnership is not terminated by a legal separation so parties cannot legally get remarried or enter into a new domestic partnership. A legal separation does allow a couple to separate finances and property without terminating the marriage or domestic partnership.

An annulment also referred to as nullity or annulment of marriage can take place upon a finding by the court that a marriage or domestic partnership is no valid (or illegal) or when a marriage or domestic partnership is declared "void" (or "voidable") because of duress, fraud, physical or mental incapacity, age (too young), marriage status (already married), etc.

A domestic partnership is a legal relationship between same sex couples which gives a couple many but not all the same rights, protections, and benefits of a married spouses. A domestic partnership is also subject to the same responsibilities, obligations, and duties under law as a married couple.

A summary dissolution is a simple way to get a divorce or dissolve a marriage in California. A summary dissolution provides the possibility of avoiding a court trial but not every couple can use a summary dissolution to divorce. In order to qualify for a summary dissolution to get a divorce, a couple will need to know the related factors that qualify a couple for a divorce through the summary dissolution process. Some factors may include not having children together, married only for a short period of time, not a lot of property owned together, not a lot of debt aquired together, mutally agreeing on how property and debts will be divided after marriage, living in California for the last 6 months, and living in the county where divorce is being filed for the last 3 months.

If children are involved in your divorce or separation then child custody and visitation will need to be determined. Where will the children live after divorce or separation and how will the responsibilities and decision making rights be arranged. The fact is child custody battles and visitation issues can be the most costly and emotionally challenging part of a dissolution of marriage or relationship. If you are divorcing or separating and have children you'll want to discuss with an attorney your rights regarding child custody and visitation and child support calculations. Child support and child custody go hand-in-hand. Once child custody is determined determining which parent will pay child support and how much will likely follow. If the parties were never married then you'll want to know about unmarried child custody rights, paternity and establishing a parental relationship.

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