114: Why File California Default Divorce When Parties Agree

In this episode, we’re talking about specifically filing a default judgment even though the parties have agreed.

There are time when you wanted to do a default style case, this is where you file, serve your spouse and the other spouse does absolutely nothing.

One of the cases that we find this helps is if you have no property, you have no children or limited property or you can have children but it is easier if there’s no children and if the property is separate property is you can purposely do a default even if the parties agreed.

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