Thursday, December 07, 2006

A Wealth of Information About California Divorce Procedures and Requirements

There are many resources for individuals considering divorce, legal separation or annulments. One source is Nolo Press, which offers basic step-by-step information for the "do-it-yourself" type of people who do not have complicated issues to resolve. Nolo also has an attorney and/or mediator locator function in case doing it yourself is not an option or has not worked out.

Another great resource for those who are interested in learning more about the steps necessary to start and complete a divorce in California is one I just discovered today.

It is the Contra Costa County Superior Court's website which seems to function more like a weblog. But it is loaded with very helpful information for divorcing parties and/or their attorneys. The site is very easy to navigate and to understand.

When you have any type of case proceeding in court, you should always look at the website for that court to find out as much as you can about the rules and procedures specific to that location. No matter how much experience an attorney or a party has in a particular court, it is always a good idea to read through the rules and procedures and find good tidbits of information that can help save you time and money.

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