Navigating through the divorce process in California can be intimidating and difficult to understand when trying to interpret court procedures, rules, forms, and going to court. Walking through this legal maze can be confusing while trying to make sure you are making the right decisions for you and your children. However, there is no need to do this alone because the Attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP have close to 38 years of combined experience in handling legal cases. If you have concerns about your divorce or any related issues, let one of our attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP set up a free consultations with you to review your case and go over where you are in the proceeding. This will bring you peace of mind of understanding what is going on and it will allow one of our attorneys to discuss which may be the best direction for you to proceed with your case.
In California, the divorce process begins by filing both a Summons and a Petition for Dissolution along with other documents to be filed that may be required, then properly serving the other party. It’s very common during divorce proceeding that temporary orders may be need to be requested for support or for a variety of other reasons that would need to be quickly resolved to facilitate the divorce process.
Have You Been Served With A Petition For Divorce?
Once you have been served with a Petitioner for a divorce, the deadline for you to respond to this petition begins. In addition to filing a response on time, there are also several other factors that need to be reviewed in the documents you received to see what direction your spouse may be trying to go with your case. These are all important factors to consider so you can prepare a proper response addressing the issues contained in the petition you were served with. This is a very important step. Remember, if a response is not timely filed, you may likely forfeits your legal rights by not filing a response on time.
However, there is no need to do this alone. Contact one of our attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP to set up a free consultation to meet with one of our Attorneys to review your documents you were served with and to provide you relief by having everything explained to you so you understand exactly what is going on with your case. Once you understand the components of your case, you can then discuss a well thought out strategy plan as to how to proceed forward.
If you have questions about your divorce proceeding, please contact one of our attorneys so we can set up a free consultation to evaluate your case and determine the best strategic direction to proceed. Our Attorneys here at ABA LAW GROUP have close to 38 years of legal experience. Let us put that experience to work for you. Contact us at (818) 352-0800 to make an appointment to review your case.