If you are considering a divorce, please read this first!
California has a special process for those who want to get divorced quickly and easily. This is known as a summary dissolution.
A summary dissolution is simpler than that a regular divorce, as it requires less paperwork and agreements between the spouses.
If you meet the requirements listed above, please call us to learn more about how we can help you through this process. We are here to answer any questions you may have!
This option is available if you and your spouse:
• Been married for less than five years
• Have no biological or adopted children under the age of 18 and none of them are currently pregnant
• Don’t own a house
• Have less than $6,000 in debt and less than $47,000 in assets
• I don’t want spousal support
• Agree on the division of land.
They still have to wait six months for a summary resolution to be completed.
If you have any questions and would like to speak to a California paralegal give us a call!
Common Questions Paralegals Get
1. What is a paralegal? A paralegal is a legal assistant who may work under a licensed attorney’s direction and supervision – paralegals may also work for themselves, but do not provide legal advice. Paralegals may do a wide variety of tasks, including conducting legal research, preparing pleadings and motions, and assisting with trial preparation.
2. What does a paralegal do? A paralegal is an unlicensed legal professional who performs substantive and procedural legal work
3. How much does a paralegal cost? A paralegal typically costs around $1000-5000 per project. However, this price can vary depending on the location, experience, and specialization of the paralegal.
4. What are the benefits of using a paralegal?
There are many benefits to using a paralegal. Some of the most notable benefits include:
- Paralegals can save you time and money. By utilizing a paralegal’s services, you can quickly and easily get the legal help you need while spending less money than if you hired a lawyer.
- Paralegals are knowledgeable in legal processes and procedures. This means that they can help you with a variety of tasks, such as preparing documents, gathering evidence, and interviewing witnesses.
- Paralegals are up-to-date on the latest changes in the law. As laws change, so do the processes and procedures involved in pursuing a legal case.
Paralegal Services for Divorce and Summary Dissolutions
CA Paralegal Services has offices in:
Central California – Fresno Paralegal Services, Madera Paralegal Services, and Clovis Paralegal Services
Southern California – Irvine Paralegal Services, Huntington Beach Paralegal Services, Fullerton Paralegal Services