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REGULAR DISSOLUTION


With Children or Assets and Debts.....$800.00


With Children or Assets and Debts.....$800.00

To Prepare Documents for Spouse (add).....$195.00
California is a no fault state on matters regarding divorce. That means that either party has a right to divorce no matters who is at fault giving rise to the divorce.
No fault divorces allow for both parties to represent themselves. Normally they do not require a court appearance or the expense of hiring an attorney for representation.
WHAT IS A REGULAR DIVORCE BY DEFAULT AND UNCONTESTED DIVORCE?

Divorce by Default:

A divorce by default is obtained when a party (Petitioner) files a Summons and Petition for Dissolution against the other party (Respondent). The Petitioner causes the Summons and Petition to be personally served (service of process) upon Respondent. After having been served, Respondent has 30 days to file with the Court his/her Response to Petitionerís Summons and Petition. Respondentís failure to file his/her Response timely, gives Petitioner the option to file a Request for Entry of Default against Respondent. Once the court clerk enters a default against Respondent, and after proof that Respondent was properly served with the Petition, Petitioner can proceed forward with the action seeking the orders requested in the Petition for Dissolution. It should be noted that although Respondent is in default, he/she can enter a Marital Settlement Agreement (a contract between the parties dissolving the pending issues) with Petitioner to resolve issues regarding division of separate and community property, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and all other matters of concern. Entering an agreement will not disrupt the Divorce by Default.

Uncontested Divorce:

A uncontested divorce is obtained when a party (Petitioner) files a Summons and Petition for Dissolution against the other party (Respondent). The Petitioner causes the Summons and Petition to be personally served (service of process) upon Respondent. After having been served, Respondent has 30 days to file with the Court his/her Response to Petitionerís Summons and Petition. If Respondent timely files his/her Response to the Summons and Petition, then Respondent has entered the action and is now a party to the action. With both parties in the action, they then enter into negotiations in the settlement of issues ranging from division of separate and community property, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and all other matters of concern. Settlement of the pending issues can be resolved through a Marital Settlement Agreement (a contract between the parties dissolving the pending issues) or if settlement is not reach, then the matter goes to trial.
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS PLUS can help you prepare the documents associated to divorce matters that are either by Default or Uncontested. Call us and let us know how we can help you prepare your divorce documents.
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