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www.courts.ca.gov/1033.htm

Find information and instructions on filing for divorce or legal separation to end your marriage or domestic partnership (or both), with a step-by-step guide to ...

www.courts.ca.gov/1228.htm

Make sure you read the basics of divorce or separation so that you know whether you want to file for divorce, legal separation, or annulment. If you want to file for ...

www.courts.ca.gov/12275.htm

Self-Help>Divorce or Separation>Filing for Divorce or Separation>Where to File for My Divorce. Self-Help · Getting Started · Small Claims · Families & Children ...

www.wikihow.com/File-for-Divorce

How to File for Divorce. Filing for divorce can be an overwhelming process, especially since it differs state by state. It's important to conduct research to make  ...

www.divorcenet.com/resources/filing-for-divorce/california.htm

Wondering where to begin and how to file a divorce? Learn about the necessary forms and instructions to file for a divorce in California.

apeopleschoice.com/how-to-file-divorce-california

Jul 3, 2016 ... If you are researching how to file divorce in California, we have broken down the process into 7 basic steps that must be completed in most ...

www.forbes.com/sites/jefflanders/2013/03/26/what-are-the-financial-and-legal-advantages-of-being-first-to-file-for-divorce

Mar 26, 2013 ... Over the years, I've had several clients who felt blindsided when their husbands announced intentions to divorce. Some thought all was well ...

www.womansdivorce.com/filing-divorce-papers.html

Filing divorce papers is the first step in the divorce process. States require that you or your spouse meet the residency requirement of that state in order to have  ...

www.legalzoom.com/articles/top-10-things-not-to-do-when-you-divorce

Here are the top 10 tips on what to avoid when filing for divorce. 1. Don't Get Pregnant. Having a baby during your divorce complicates a lot of things, and could ...

www.sanmateocourt.org/court_divisions/family_law/divorce_separation.php

To file for a divorce you must have lived in the state of California for the last six months, and in the county where you file for the last three months. If you do not ...