After you have completed the California divorce process and your divorce is final, you will most likely still face issues and have concerns about your life after divorce. This chapter of the California Divorce Guide covers how you can handle the many issues that will arise once you are divorced. With knowledge of the proper way to handle these issues, you can make sure that you and your interests are protected after divorce.
With knowledge of the proper way to handle these issues, you can make sure that you and your interests are protected after divorce.
Your Divorce is Final. Now What?
Following months or even years of stress, your divorce has now been finalized. You now have the freedom to move on with your life. However, you need to know about the processes that can occur after your divorce judgment has been entered. In this section, learn about the possible actions that can be taken when your divorce is final.
End Spousal Support
As part of the divorce process, you were likely assigned spousal support payments. These payments can represent a significant expense each month. As time passes, circumstances will change, both for you and your former spouse. If changes in employment, marital status or financial means occur, it may be possible to modify or end spousal support. Learn more about the possibility of ending spousal support today.