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    Leading Divorce Attorneys in Oxnard, California

    At the Land Legal Group, our Oxnard divorce lawyers know that when people are having marital trouble, they get a lot of unsolicited advice. While it is important to have a trusted circle of family and friends to lean on during these challenging times, varying points of view can lead to a great deal of misinformation.

    The reality is, your divorce is unlike anyone else’s, no matter how many factors they may have in common. Our Ventura County divorce attorneys focus on providing our California clients with customized legal strategies that fit their real-time needs and future goals.

    Allow us to review the details of your case by first understanding what has led you to our law firm, so we can develop a legal approach to produce real results that allow you to move forward with confidence.

    What Details are Considered During a California Divorce?

    Since each relationship and divorce type is unique, so are the details that are considered during the legal process.

    Some details may not apply to all marriages, but the most common details spouses must decide on — or go to trial and let the judge decide for them — may include, but are not limited to:

    • Property Division
    • Asset and Debt Division
    • Child Custody
    • Child Support
    • Spousal Support

    If you have questions about your unique divorce circumstances, contact our Oxnard divorce lawyers to learn more about your legal rights and options, so we can help you pursue the best outcome available for your unique case.

    What Type of California Divorce is Right for Me?

    California is a no-fault divorce state, which means neither spouse must prove the other’s behavior or actions led to the marriage’s dissolution. Simply put, California spouses may cite irreconcilable differences as the reason for their divorce, then begin moving forward with the legal process.

    Since no two relationships are the same, the types of divorce in California differ too, and may include:

    • Collaborative Divorce

    A collaborative divorce allows both spouses to meet separately with their attorneys to outline their marital dissolution goals, including details like property division and child custody. Once each side knows what they want from the process, the parties and their attorneys meet, and begin negotiating the final agreement. Collaborative divorce leaves room for experts to enter the conversations but keeps the spouses out of the courtroom.

    • Contested Divorce

    A contested divorce is exactly like it sounds: Disputed. This means that the spouses cannot agree on most or all the details associated with their divorce. Contested divorces often end inside a courtroom, with both sides’ lawyers litigating on their client’s behalf to produce the best outcome.

    • Divorce Mediation

    Divorce mediation allows spouses to outline the details of their dissolution through a guided conversation. Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party — known as a Mediator — helps couples reach an agreement on some or all their differences, so they can proceed with finalizing the divorce outside the courtroom.

    Simplified Divorce, also called Summary Dissolution

    A summary dissolution is the same thing as a divorce, but it takes less time and requires less paperwork. There catch is, there are certain eligibility requirements spouses must meet to qualify.

    To be eligible for a summary dissolution, the spouses must:

    1. Not have been married for more than five years.
    2. Not share any minor children.
    3. Not share any significant real property, like a home or other holdings, that equals more than $35,000.
    4. Not have any claim to spousal support following the separation.
    • Uncontested Divorce

    Unlike its contested counterpart, an uncontested divorce in California is one where a couple has agreed on all the terms of their divorce, including property division, child custody, spousal support payments, and other important details without the court’s interference, so they can move forward with the process as soon as the waiting period is over.

    What is the Waiting Period to File for Divorce in California?

    California requires a six-month waiting period between filing the paperwork and a divorce becoming final. The more complex the circumstances, including high-asset divorce or contentious child custody and support matters, the longer the process may be.

    Contact Our Skilled Divorce Attorneys in Oxnard, California for Help Today

    Whether you and your spouse are ready to get divorced and move forward amicably, or if one of both of you is contesting each detail of the dissolution, you will need an experienced Oxnard divorce lawyer by your side to ensure your rights are protected from the beginning of the process. We can help.

    Contact our dedicated Ventura County divorce attorneys at the Land Legal Group today by calling (805) 696-2160 or online to speak with a trusted family law advocate who will listen to your story and outline your goals, so you can move forward with confidence.

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