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California Divorce / Legal Separation

1. Information About You, The Petitioner

2. Information About Your Spouse, The Respondent

3. Residency Requirements

4. Court, Dates, Maiden Name

5. YOUR PROPERTIES and LIABILITIES - Community assets and debts

6. YOUR PROPERTIES and LIABILITIES - Separate assets and debts

7. Spousal Support

8. Serving your Spouse

IF you do NOT have any minor children, skip to the last page and hit "Submit"

9a. Minor Children of the marriage

Minor Child # 1 

Minor Child # 2

Minor Child # 3

Minor Child # 4

Minor Child # 5

9b. Court Orders

9c. Children born outside marriage

If you answered YES please answer below. Otherwise please skip to question 10.

10. CUSTODY

 

Although this is not a legal definition of legal custody, in general, a parent with legal custody has legal

authority to make decisions for his/her child on issues such as education, medical care, dental care, etc.

 

Joint Legal Custody

Parents who have joint legal custody will share in the responsibility of making decisions and raising

the child. According to California Family Code section 3003, "joint legal custody" means both parents

shall share the right and the responsibility to make the decisions relating to the health, education, and

welfare of a child."

 

Sole Legal Custody

A parent with sole legal custody will make the decisions regarding the upbringing of the child.

According to the California Family Code section 3006, "sole legal custody" means that one parent

shall have the right and the responsibility to make the decisions relating to the health, education,

and welfare of a child."

11. MINORS' RESIDENCY INFORMATION

Beginning with the current address of the child and going back in the past,

list the address(es) of the OLDEST child for the past 5 years

If you answered “NO”, skip to the next page. If you answered “YES”, then answer the next question.

 

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