Uncontested Divorce in CA
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In California, an uncontested divorce is valued by couples who want to
avoid conflict and tiresome courtroom arguments. Such a divorce is also
referred to as "summary dissolution" and upholds certain criteria
that must be met before you can file. With over 50 years of experience
to draw from, our Rancho Cucamonga divorce attorneys can work to secure
a favorable outcome for you.
We know that many individuals have never had to dissect complicating legalese
or fill out mountains of paperwork before. We'll be the resource you
need, providing both legal counsel and trusted representation.
At The Law Office of Beverly W. Quinn, your needs are always our priority!
Who can file for an uncontested divorce?
Agreeing on most major issues, like child custody, property division, and
spousal support, means that your divorce is uncontested. While it is cheaper
and faster, it's not for everyone. Summary dissolution allows a very
limited number of people to file simply because of the extremely strict
Filing for summary dissolution means that you meet every single requirement:
- One spouse has been a state resident for at least six months and your county
for at least three
- Marital property is valued at $38,000 or less
- Grounds for divorce are "irreconcilable differences"
- No minor children are involved
- Unpaid debts do not exceed $6,000
- Spouses have been married for no more than five years
- Both spouses sign a property settlement agreement
- Neither spouse wants alimony
- Both spouses have read the summary dissolution information book
Lest you waste valuable time and money, you and your spouse should review
each qualification carefully to determine eligibility. Those who have
not been married very long may find summary dissolution to be an attractive
solution to traditional divorce.
Rancho Cucamonga Divorce Attorneys Working for You
We want to make the filing process as easy as possible for you. Our team
works tirelessly to keep you informed every step of the way and meet your
unique needs. If you find that an uncontested divorce is not for you,
we'll find a solution you feel comfortable with.
Schedule your free consultation today to take steps toward the future you deserve.