Most people who are thinking about getting a divorce know the various aspects
of divorce include division of property, custody arrangements, child support
and spousal support. But not everyone is aware the divorce requirements
vary state by state. Basically the laws that detail the divorce process
are state specific. California is purely a “no-fault” divorce
state, which means that most divorces are based on the fact that the couple
has irreconcilable differences that have led to the breakdown of the marriage.
This article on Nolo answers your questions and provides lots of resources on divorce
in California – including residency requirements, how property is
divided in California, and what the rules are about child support and
child custody in California.
If you have specific questions regarding your divorce situation, please
feel free to contact me at 714.973.7917!