• What Are The Legal Requirements For Divorce In California?

    California  is a "no-fault" divorce state. No-fault means that neither spouse is the reason for the divorce. One or both parties can instead simply state that they have "irreconcilable differences" when filing for dissolution of their marriage (divorce).

    So, what are the legal requirements for a divorce in California?

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