The following are requirements you need to meet in order to get an uncontested divorce or summary dissolution:
As for same-sex marriages in California, the gender bias generally doesn’t play a role in getting a divorce. Same-sex divorcing couples have all the rights as heterosexual couples.
To get divorced legally, they also need to cite irreconcilable differences. There are several things to consider when ending a same-sex marriage, including:
You will have a variety of options when choosing a person (referred to as a process server) to serve your divorce documents in California. It can be a professional process server, county sheriff, relative, friend, or coworker. The process server must not be involved in your divorce case. Moreover, she or he must be 18 years of age or older.
If you don’t want to use a process server, you can serve your divorce documents by means of:
In California, it is possible to get divorced even if one of the spouses doesn’t want to end the marriage. The court will grant a dissolution of marriage if one of the parties cites irreconcilable differences as a justification for the divorce.