Ending a Marriage | Orange County Divorce Attorney Gregory W. Cabo

The emotional and financial uncertainties surrounding a divorce, legal separation or dissolution of marriage can cause an immense amount of disruption and anxiety in your personal and professional life. But by retaining Orange County divorce attorney Gregory W. Cabo, you can rest assured that the legal aspects of your divorce proceeding will be handled responsibly and respectfully. Gregory will guide you through every step of the legal process, ensuring that you are fully-informed regarding your rights, legal obligations and options.

Whether you are considering filing a petition for a dissolution of marriage, nullity or dissolution of domestic partnership in the Superior Court of Orange County or you have been served a petition, an order to show cause or motion, Gregory W. Cabo will help you assert your best interests.

While no two dissolution of marriage or legal separation cases ever unfold in exactly the same way, the majority of California divorce cases have one of the following outcomes after a petition for dissolution is filed:

Default Judgment – If no response is filed within 30 days of being served or acknowledging the receipt of the divorce petition, the petitioning spouse can request the court to enter the default of the other party. The divorce then can proceed without the participation of the other spouse, and the court can later enter a default judgment in favor of the petitioning spouse concerning all issues identified and requested in the petition.

Uncontested Divorce – At any time during a divorce proceeding, the parties can negotiate and arrive at a Marital Settlement Agreement or Stipulated Judgment. The agreement can address all issues of the marriage, specifying your agreement with respect to child support, spousal support, child visitation and custody, division of property and remedies for breach of the agreement. The Stipulated Judgment is submitted to the court. In an uncontested divorce, the parties may not have to appear in court.

Divorce Litigation – For any contested issues which cannot be agreed upon by the parties in the form of a Marital Settlement Agreement, a trial is held. The judge decides the case with regard to the remaining issues of the marriage and a Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage is entered after trial.

Thanks to over a decade of experiencing practicing family law in Orange County, divorce attorney Gregory W. Cabo is familiar with nearly any circumstance that can arise during a divorce proceeding. Gregory will bring your case to a close as quickly and economically as possible while keeping your personal situation and legal priorities in sharp focus.

Schedule a free phone consultation with Orange County divorce attorney Gregory W. Cabo by calling (714) 771-2227.

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