1. The petitioner and the respondent were legitimately married on — Having developed irreconcilable problems between the petitioner and the respondent, they agreed to live separately and separately, applied for divorce and attempted to resolve the ownership issues between them without going to court. 2. The petitioner and the respondent have disclosed themselves in a comprehensive, fair and specific manner on all financial matters relating to this agreement. If you are married, you or your spouse must have lived for the last 6 months in California and the county where you are requesting a summary dissolution for the last 3 months. There is a quick and easy way to divorce, called « summary resolution. » You do not have to speak to a judge and you may not need to hire a lawyer. But remember: it is in your best interest to see a lawyer who ends your marriage. All you have to do is fill out a few forms. The duplication of marital property is not an easy task, especially when it comes to emotional ties, not to mention the fact that the question of who actually belongs is not always clear. Before signing a real estate transaction agreement, it is important to understand your marital property rights. For more information, please see the additional resources below. When a couple divorces, they often go through the process of sharing assets (furniture, cars, frequent flyer miles) and debts (mortgages, credit cards, etc.).
The form below is a sample of what a real estate transaction contract between outgoing spouses can be. The personal property of the parties, which have not yet been shared among themselves, including, but not limited to, household furniture, clothing, collections, computer equipment and works of art, is divided as follows: 3. The petitioner and the respondent have been advised and advised by the lawyers of their choice regarding their legal rights relating to this agreement. When the divorce is submitted, property, property and debt must be divided, and custody of all children must be agreed before divorce can be concluded. This requires time, money, and usually requires a lawyer. However, there is a separate divorce procedure, known as synthetic resolution, available to couples without many complications. The petitioner and the defendant agree to waive all rights that each may have in the retirement of the other. All other pension accounts that are now managed and managed individually become and will remain the separate property of the spouse in whose name the asset is now held. The State of California provides a brochure for those seeking a summary resolution that goes through the process with useful worksheets for sharing assets.