Divorce is an emotionally overwhelming process, which is no surprise that most couples would like the divorce process to end as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are options available for couples who want a quick divorce. For divorcing couples who meet certain eligibility requirements, a streamline divorce process called summary dissolution may be an option. The Southern California divorce attorneys at the Edgar & Dow can guide you through the summary divorce process so that you can move on with your life.
There are specific requirements a married couple must qualify for a summary dissolution. If you don’t have these requirements, you may not be able to go through the quick divorce process of a summary dissolution.
To qualify for a summary dissolution of your marriage, you must meet all of the following requirements:
Domestic partnership is similar to marriage, and it also provides some of the same benefits. If you want to dissolve your domestic partnership, you also need to qualify for a summary dissolution. The summary dissolution requirements for domestic partners is relatively similar to a married couple, but there are certain specifications that are adjusted.
To qualify for a summary dissolution of your domestic partnership, you must meet all of the following requirements:
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At the Edgar & Dow, our core values are to give our clients legal representation that is honest about your circumstances, while upholding your rights with the utmost integrity. Our Southern California divorce attorneys are dedicated to the practice of family law and divorce issues. We have offices in Riverside, Temecula, Anaheim, and Palm Desert. We are here to answer your questions and help you through this process to help you get the results you and your family deserve.
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