San Diego Divorce Attorneys
Considering Divorce in California?
We understand the overwhelming emotions that may come with ending a marriage. At the Law Office of George Gedulin, we remain sensitive to the matters at hand at all times. Our proven San Diego divorce lawyers are here to guide you through this difficult time and ensure that your rights are protected. Divorces can become extremely complicated, which is why we recommend that you enlist the help of our attorneys.
Call the Law Office of George Gedulin at (858) 281-4605 today for a free case evaluation and consultation.
Filing for Divorce in San Diego
Once you have decided to move forward with a divorce, you need to begin the process of filing. The filing process requires careful attention to detail, preparation, and patience. In the state of California, to file for dissolution of a marriage, either you or your spouse must be a resident of California for at least six months and a resident of the county in which you are filing for divorce for at least three months.
There are many forms to fill out in order to begin a court case for divorce. Our team of San Diego divorce attorneys can help you comb through each form to ensure everything is properly filled out and filed.
To file your divorce case in CA, you must follow four steps:
- Complete all court forms
- File all forms with the court clerk
- Serve the first set of court forms to notify your spouse of divorce
- Complete and serve your financial disclosure forms
Upon filing, you must see if and how your spouse responds and whether or not the two of you can come to an agreement. There are different procedures to follow depending on whether or not your spouse files a response with the court and whether or not you have come to an agreement. To help you comb through the details and to ensure you are never being taken advantage of, you need an experienced attorney on your side.
What to Do Once Your Divorce Is Finalized
Once your divorce is finalized, you probably still have a few things that need to be taken care of. If you have a will in which your ex-spouse is a beneficiary, you may want to consider altering it. You may also want to close any shared banking accounts, adjust your income tax withholding status, change the title on any shared vehicles, and more. Ensuring that all ties are cut will help you to start fresh and move on from your divorce.
Attorneys Helping You Settle Your Divorce Cases in CA
The divorce lawyers in San Diego at the Law Office of George Gedulin are here to fight for you. We always strive to settle family cases outside of court to prevent further hurt or stress. We have a proven record of success and extensive trial experience. We are here to help you navigate through this overwhelming time in your life.
For a team of experienced San Diego divorce lawyers who can fight to settle your case outside of court, contact the Law Office of George Gedulin today at (858) 281-4605.