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Divorce Lawyer in Orange County; The Maggio Law Firm

It is a very crucial decision to select and hire the right divorce attorney for handling your divorce case. This is especially true when you have had a long-standing marriage with your spouse and there are kids involved. Moreover, there is also the question of splitting the assets as well as the debts if any. …

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Orange County divorce lawyer; The Maggio Law Firm

In a few cases, the party involved in a legal separation or divorce case may request an earlier or separate trial on a specific issue related to the divorce case. It means that the court comes to a decision on that particular issue while other issues continue to wait for a solution. This is done…

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fathers rights attorneys Orange County; The Maggio Law Firm

Fathers in California erroneously tend to think that they do not have the same rights as the mother does. It is time to wise up. When it comes to navigating your way through the tricky waters of a California divorce, here are a few mistakes that you should avoid at all costs. If you are…

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orange county spousal support; The Maggio Law Firm

When there is a legal separation or divorce of any couple, it may be ordered by the court to one domestic partner or spouse to pay other a specific quantity of money every month. This money is termed as “spousal support” and “partner support” for the married couples and domestic partnerships respectively. It is occasionally…

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Top divorce attorneys Orange County; The Maggio Law Firm

Either spouse in a marriage or as a partner in registered domestic partnership has the right to request the court to terminate their legal relationship. Your domestic partner or spouse has requested the court to end the relationship in case you received a summons and petition for legal separation or dissolution (divorce). In Orange County,…

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Orange County divorce lawyers; The Maggio Law Firm

The instructions and forms used by you to end your case is dependent on whether case respondents have filed the necessary response and whether you and your domestic partner or spouse have an agreement concerning the ending of marriage, support issues, dividing property and debt, and also visitation and child custody. You have to complete…

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