This section is designed to offer you all of the information that you will need to know in regards to other California family law issues. Within it you will read about special types of familial relationships and marriages that require different sets of requirements to dissolve them and also a few ways that you can protect yourself and your most important assets.
Special types of familial relationships and marriages that require different sets of requirements to dissolve them.
Some of the requirements for filing for a Military divorce differ from those of standard family law cases. For instance, the law is completely different when it comes to residence requirements. Take a look at this section to get more detailed information on the specifics of military divorce.
Same-Sex Relationships and Domestic Partnerships
In the state of California there are some unique familial situations. Due to this fact, there is a unique set of laws that are utilized when it comes to dissolving them. For instance, California family law created a set of procedures to handle situations that arise in registered domestic partnerships and co- habitations. In some cases, the courts don’t even need to be involved. Read on for more legal information on same-sex relationships and domestic partnerships.
Restraining Orders and Domestic Violence
It is incredibly important that you keep yourself and your family free from harm. If you feel like you’re in danger or need assistance due to threats or are a victim of domestic violence, the state of California has different types of restraining orders to ensure that you are completely protected. Read on for more information on the types of restraining orders that you may file in California.
The premarital agreement, better known as a prenuptial agreement or “prenup,” is a very powerful tool that is gaining popularity. With it the parties can override California’s community property presumption and keep property separate. In other words, a prenuptial agreement will guarantee that the things that are the most important to you will remain in your possession. Read on for more information on premarital agreements in the state of California.