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Married couples who file for divorce in California must first meet California residency requirements. The residency requirement is that the individual filing must have resided in California for at least 6 months prior to filing. Once the requirement is met, depending on the length of the marriage and the circumstances of the divorce, there are a number of filing options available to those seeking a divorce in California. Under California law, once a couple files for divorce, a number of issues will be determined by the court, including division of property and debts, spousal support, child support, and child custody and visitation.

Under California law, individuals who want to terminate a marital relationship have a number of options available to them, including legal separation, annulment, dissolution and summary dissolution. “Irreconcilable Differences” is the grounds for divorce in nearly all California cases. If you do not want to continue your marriage and you want to end your marriage permanently, you have irreconcilable differences. When both members of a couple agree to divorce, filing for an uncontested divorce can save time and money through streamlined court procedures. Though more complicated divorces may fall outside a states uncontested divorce parameters, when both sides of the couple are informed and agree to the big issues in most divorces child custody and support arrangements, property distribution and spousal support uncontested divorce can save much time and money.

Benefits of Uncontested Divorce – One primary benefit of uncontested divorce is the savings in divorce costs. While attorney representation will often be advisable even in an uncontested divorce, the streamlined procedure includes lowered court costs, as well in lowered attorney bills.

Uncontested divorce also allows many couples to get their divorce granted more quickly than in a contested divorce. With fewer proceedings and less legal wrangling, uncontested divorce allows couples to more quickly move on with their lives.

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