Orange Divorce LawyerDivorce is never easy but the Law Offices of Mary Beth Holloway offers clients in Orange, California a variety of services to help them obtain a marital dissolution, legal separation, or annulment at a reasonable cost without unnecessary delays.
Mary Beth Holloway is an aggressive yet compassionate attorney who understands the emotional and financial stress associated with going through a divorce. Out-of-court settlement is always sought for the purposes of limiting legal fees to the client and reducing acrimony between the parties, especially when children are involved. However, should settlement fail and your case require a more aggressive approach, Attorney Holloway is known for her zealous advocacy of her client's rights at a reasonable legal fee.
Paralegal service is optimal for uncontested divorces of marriages less than two years in length where the clients have no children and have reached agreement on division of property, spousal support and all other issues. The Law Offices of Mary Beth Holloway will prepare the necessary paperwork and provide filing services for clients who do not require or desire attorney representation. Paralegal Services are inexpensive and best suited for amicable divorces.
In order to file for dissolution of marriage in California, you must be a resident of California for a minimum of six months and a resident of the county where the divorce is to be filed for a minimum of three months. To obtain a dissolution of marriage, you will first file a Petition for Dissolution in the county in which you live. After filing the Petition, parties are required to disclose all community and separate property assets for the purposes of property division. For more information please call us.
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