no you do not have do have a lawyer if you get divorced
As you are a American you can very well get divorced in California.
No, there is a divorce by default as long one spouse is served. Also see a California divorce Attorney- www.california-familylawyers.com
The statutes of limitation vary depending on whether you were divorced by trial, agreement or default.
well according to the declaration of independence he obviously divorced her in 1697.
No. Once you are divorced, you are divorced. If your ex withheld information or committed perjury, there may be grounds for a civil suit or going back to the divorce court. That is a different issue. You can not re-divorce.
He or she can contest the terms of the divorce but he or she cannot prevent the dissolution of the marriage. If a spouse refuses to respond/sign the final declaration the requesting spouse can receive a divorce under the default laws as applied in the state where the divorce is filed.
I filed for a divorce in Sept of 2008 but filed for a default in April of 2009 would the courts deny the entry for default and the respondent was served in Nov of 2008 if I filed it in April of 2009 being that so much time as passed or would the divorce go through in the time allowed? of six months this is in california.
The couple would file for divorce where they reside.
Divorce in cal first is called Dissolution. cal is a no fault state which means that the court will not examine which party is at fault in deciding issues as property and support
No. If you tried to file the court would ask if there was any action regarding the marriage filed in another court. You would be required to disclose the default divorce decree issued by the other court and you would not be allowed to file. You are already divorced.No. If you tried to file the court would ask if there was any action regarding the marriage filed in another court. You would be required to disclose the default divorce decree issued by the other court and you would not be allowed to file. You are already divorced.No. If you tried to file the court would ask if there was any action regarding the marriage filed in another court. You would be required to disclose the default divorce decree issued by the other court and you would not be allowed to file. You are already divorced.No. If you tried to file the court would ask if there was any action regarding the marriage filed in another court. You would be required to disclose the default divorce decree issued by the other court and you would not be allowed to file. You are already divorced.
You can still get divorced, which as you know, you need to do before you try to get remarried (bigamy is bad). You need to use "due dilligence" to try to find your wife and once the court is satisfied that you have done this you can proceed with the divorce in the same manner as if she was a part of the process. The court will issue a default divorce and you will in fact be divorced.
no it can not be done
The issue is not where you got married, by where you are attempting to get divorced. Every state has enacted laws that govern domestic relations, ie: divorce. You will need to be in complaince with the laws in the state of Nevada in order for your divorce to be effective.
Once everything is filed with the court, a California divorce takes about six months before you are divorced. If the divorcing couple is living together, a divorce is filed in the California Superior Court in the county of residence of either spouse. One spouse must have lived in California for at least 6 months prior to the divorce and in the specific county for at least 3 months.
Technically yes. By this I mean that if there is a situation in which one spouse cannot be found (and the other spouse attempted to locate the spouse) then the court will proceed with the divorce without that spouse and enter a default divorce. However, if you were never served the paper work to put you on alert that you were getting a divorce then you do have the option, within a certain amount of time, to contest the entry of the default divorce. Although you cannot necessarily reverse a divorce you are given an opportunity to argue your side.
If you get a civil divorce but not a Jewish divorce (and you were married with a Jewish ceremony) you will be divorced in the eyes of the civil government but some Jews will probably hold that you are not really divorced.
No, Depending on the state, there still has to be a trial, showing your case as to why you want to be divorced. Default just means that the defendant hasn't responded to the summons, and has to have good reason to be part of the proceedings. Defaults are usually denied when you do not serve the other side correctly. Divorce is only final when you receive the signed decree of divorce from the court.
The county you were married in. no. you get divorced in the state you live in. if you got married in new york and moved to california, you would not have to travel there to get divorced. YOU GET DIVORCED WHERE YOU CURRENTLY LIVE.
No, Mexican citizens can't get divorced in California if they were married in Mexico. One of the parties would need to be an American citizen.
You must wait 6 months from service of the Summons and Petition for Divorce in California before your Divorce can be Final.You can, however, bifurcate your action.This means you can divide your divorce action into two parts.One part involves resolving all of the issues other than the "status" of being divorced, i.e. custody, support, division of assets etc. You can finish this part of your divorce as soon as you can resolve your issues. There is no time limit.The second part of your divorce is resolving the status of being divorced and restoring your status to a single person. You have to wait the 6 months for this part of your divorce.
Yes. I am not sure which side of the divorce you are on from your question (the one not signing or the one wishing the other would sign) However, either way if a party to a divorce refuses to sign the divorce papers (or cannot be found or for some other reason) then you can still get a divorce by having a default judgment entered against you or the other party. The way that works is the appropriate papers are filed in court by one party and when the other party does not show the default judgment is entered and the divorce is close to being finalized. It is important to note that most states have a procedure through which a spouse who has been divorced by default can contest the divorce, in certain limited time.
The word divorce is already a verb. This is because "divorce" is an action.Other verbs are divorces, divorcing and divorced.Some example sentences are:"I will divorce you"."He divorces her for cheating"."Divorcing someone is not cheap"."I do not want to be divorced".
If your spouse has been notified of the pending divorce and fails to respond to the petition within the allotted 20 days, then you can petition the judge for a default judgment of divorce.
you only had 30 day to respond. Most likely a default order of divorce was entered.