Tritt & Tritt, APC
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Divorce and Property Division

Tritt & Tritt has been helping people through the legal procedure of divorce in California for 26 years. Tritt & Tritt have a long history of experience in protecting the legal rights of family members involved in divorce.


If you are involved in a divorce or know of someone else that needs help, contact your Orange County divorce lawyers at Tritt & Tritt to discuss your legal needs.


Dissolution of Marriage

A California divorce, also known as a dissolution of marriage, is the legal process of dissolving a marriage - dividing your community property and securing the right of each parent to care and support their children.


At Tritt & Tritt, Orange County divorce lawyers, we know that divorce may be an extremely stressful and difficult situation for everyone involved including spouses, children, and grandparents. You have many questions running through your mind and we will be able to answer them for you.


While you are in the process of formulating your questions, we at Tritt & Tritt strongly advise our clients to collect and keep detailed records of all your assets and financial documents. We also strongly advise our California clients not to say anything negative about your spouse in public or in front of your child. It is also important that you do not use your child as a surrogate communicator to speak to your spouse or use your child as a pawn in a game of divorce chess.


Divorce Questions, Answers, and Documents

It is important for you to keep detailed and accurate financial records and it is just as important to keep an accurate calendar or journal of your time spent with your children. A few preliminary considerations for you to address prior to filing a petition for dissolution of marriage includes:


The enforceability of any prenuptial agreement;
Tax consequences of any property settlement;
Whether the family home should be sold;
How to divide the community assets and debts;
What amount will be paid/received for spousal support;
What amount will be paid/received for child support; and
Whether to seek a domestic violence restraining order.


For more information about Orange County divorce, please read Tritt & Tritt's ABCs of Divorce or contact us for a consultation to discuss your unique situation.

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