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Divorce Lawyer Alameda County CA

Divorce Lawyer Alameda County CAWhen you get in contact with a divorce lawyer Alameda County, California trusts from AttorneyBernie.Com, we understand that you may still be catching your bearings. Whether you are the one who is deciding to file for divorce or your spouse seemingly blind-sighted you, getting a divorce can turn ugly very quickly. This is why you want someone on your side who you can trust, who will be aggressive when necessary, and who knows the law inside and out. We know that this may be one of the hardest things you will need to go through, especially if you have children, but it can also be one of the most freeing. Want to learn more about the divorce process and how we can help you? Give us a call now. 

What is the divorce process like? 

Understandably, one of the first things you will want to learn about is what the divorce process in California is like. There are typically many steps to this and your Alameda County, California divorce lawyer can walk you through it. 

  • Starting the petition and serving the papers. The first step is that one of the spouses will begin the petition for the divorce. This is a crucial time because your spouse will likely be gathering evidence and wanting to protect household assets as much as you are. Protect any evidence you have, make copies, and take inventory of important or special items you have. 
  • Discovery. When you go through the discovery process, your attorney will be getting evidence and possibly looking through things like tax returns, valuing assets, looking through your medical records, and examining bank statements. 
  • Beginning negotiations. During this time, your attorney and your spouse’s attorney will go through a negotiation phase and potentially try to settle. This would mean that you do not have to go to court. If possible, settling now means you and your spouse have more opportunity to control how the divorce goes instead of placing that decision in the hands of a judge. 
  • Going to Trial. If you and your spouse are unable to come to an agreement on everything and cannot fully settle, then you will need to take your divorce case to trial for a judge to make a ruling. 

If you would like to speak with a member of our team about your divorce, please get in contact with our divorce lawyer in Alameda County, CA today.

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