Santa Clarita Divorce | Default With Written Agreement Divorce Judgment | Divorce661.com
If you are trying to do your own divorce in Santa Clarita and you and your spouse are amicable you’re going to want to know that there is a difference between a true default judgment and a default with written agreement divorce judgment.
Tim Blankenship speaks on this issue in the video below. You can also read the video transcript below.
Remember there’s two types of defaults default with written agreement and default without a written agreement. We get lots of calls people asking for help when they start their own divorce and they want us to find lies and get them through the process.
Just got off the call of the gentleman who found himself in this very predicament, they filed for divorce. Said there an agreement but then try to do a true default judgment submission which means the other party’s not signing.
So I asked, are they Cooperative? Yes. Well they sign the Judgment. Yes, then why are you submitting a default without a written agreement?
You And ask for things like no spousal support on long-term marriages, you can’t divide up property other than going 50/50 on everything if you’re due to True default, whereas if you have a default with written agreement, you guys get to call the shots to buy property, how you want terminate spousal support. If you want have custody Anyway you want you have a lot more options with a default with written agreement and that’s how we put our clients through The process is default with written agreement every time.