Dissolution (Divorce)

A marriage may be legally dissolved (terminated) in California by a death of one of the parties, a judgment of marriage dissolution, or a judgment of nullity of marriage. A marriage can end on a ground of irreconcilable differences. In California fault is not a relevant factor or consideration in the legal process by which a marriage is dissolved.

Divorce can be a very complicated, emotional, and stressful process to undergo and one in which aggressive and experienced representation can be extremely beneficial. Issues such as child support, spousal support, visitation, and asset division can all come into play to further complicate the matter.

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