Divorce Paralegal in Lawndale, CA
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Fill out the form to begin the divorce process.
The next step will be to speak to a paralegal about your divorce case in Lawndale, CA. We'll talk you through the entire process, as well as take care of all necessary documentation and filing.
Overview of Lawndale, CA Divorce
Talking to a paralegal about your divorce case can make clear about the entire process, as well as take care of all necessary documentation and filing.
A contested divorce involves one party filing a Petition for Divorce, while the other party files a Response to the court objecting to what was asked for in the initial party’s petition. In contested divorce cases, parties do not agree with one another and must come to a compromise before the Divorce may proceed forward.
An uncontested divorce occurs when both parties agree to Divorce terms, and all that is required is filing a dissolution of marriage. Divorces may also be considered uncontested when one party fails to appear or respond to the initial filing.
How We Can Help
Advanced Paralegal Services professionals have decades of experience in helping
couples through the divorce process in California. By preparing
all of the necessary paperwork, filing, and drafting Marital
Settlement agreements, we strive to make the process simple and
affordable. From the initial steps of drafting and filing your
petition to Divorce documents, all the way to the final Judgment,
our professionals will be with you each step of the way to ensure
a full understanding of the process at hand.
If any questions or concerns should arise during your Divorce regarding the process, our paralegals are here to help. Phone consultations and online communications options leave lines of communication open to ensure your Divorce experience is both convenient and transparent.
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How long will it take for my divorce to be completed?
CA law- 6 months and 1 day after service of Petition to other party.
Can I get a divorce if Husband/Wife does not answer or sign divorce documents?
Am I able to get a divorce in California if I were married in a different state/country?
Yes, as long as you have been a resident of California and County for 6 months.
Do I have to go Court?
It is not necessary to go to Court. It will only be necessary if you or your spouse cannot come with an agreement re: Child Custody, Child Support, Spousal Support, or Property division.