What is the Legal Basis for a Divorce in California?
In the State of California, there are only two legal reasons for ending a marriage:
(1) “Irreconcilable Differences”; or
(2) Incurable Insanity.
Irreconcilable differences means that no amount of marital counseling will save the marriage. California is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that you do not have to give the court any other reason for ending your marriage, as opposed to other states which require proof of adultery, etc.
For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact Orange County divorce attorney Gerald Maggio of The Maggio Law Firm, by visiting www.maggiolawfirm.com or calling (949) 553-0304.
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