California is a “no fault” state. This means neither party has to prove misconduct of the other to petition for a divorce. Instead, a divorce may be granted based on “irreconcilable differences.” At the request of either party, the court will make orders related to the division of community assets and debts, spousal support, child support, and custody and visitation.
Getting a divorce or legal separation is often one of the most traumatic life events experienced by individuals. Whether you require preliminary legal advice, have recently filed for divorce or are facing post-judgment issues, you can trust our team to help get you through these trying times.