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    Christina2006 is offline Junior Member
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    What's the quickest way to get a divorce?

    What is the name of your state? California

    We separated 6 years ago. Have no children. No property to divide. Letís say we agree on how to settle debts and retirement funds. We have been married for 8 years prior to the separation of which we spent only five together.

    Is there any way to get a divorce in less than six months in California and without going to court?

    Or should I head for Nevada or Guam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christina2006
    What is the name of your state? California

    We separated 6 years ago. Have no children. No property to divide. Letís say we agree on how to settle debts and retirement funds. We have been married for 8 years prior to the separation of which we spent only five together.

    Is there any way to get a divorce in less than six months in California and without going to court?

    Or should I head for Nevada or Guam...

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    You've been married 14 years. "Head" for your paycheck before she gets there first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bali Hai
    You've been married 14 years. "Head" for your paycheck before she gets there first.
    Poster IS a she, dear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nextwife
    Poster IS a she, dear.
    LMAO, oh well.
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    Yes, I am a She . And heterosexual...
    Darn!
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    Bali Hai is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christina2006
    Yes, I am a She . And heterosexual...
    Darn!
    It's no wonder that they give you women a break in court.
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    Lightbulb Do it yourself if he will sign.

    Here is the divorce you want. You can actually check with your court house and see if you can fill out the forms yourself. I was able to feel out a friends divorce for her. The key is to getting him to sign the documents. You file the documents at the court house and it's signed off on and you both get a copy in the mail. The divorce cost $90.



    Mediated Divorce
    Mediation is growing in popularity for divorce because it puts the couple in charge of the negotiation and how property is distributed. With the help of a neutral professional, the couple can discuss and negotiate the issues to reach a result that both parties are comfortable with. If mediation doesn't work, they can move forward with the traditional, litigated case and let a judge decide.

    The couple doesn't avoid court completely with mediation, however. The agreement still has to be approved, forms completed and the divorce finalized through a court process. But, they avoid having their dirty laundry aired in public and they don't have to call friends and family to testify at a trial
    Last edited by jenron; 08-17-2006 at 09:28 PM.

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