I am filing for a dissolution of marriage in San Bernardino County. I was married five years, and we have two children. I have the kids currently in my care (I am the father) and we do not have any set visitation, and I am trying to get full custody in court. I have documented incidents which occurred that are proof of negligence, saved receipts of purchases, have enrolled them in daycare full time, pay for everything for them, and she doesn't pay for anything. I am just wondering if there is anything else I will need to get full custody of my kids. I am not able to afford a lawyer to represent me. I know usually the courts rule in the woman's favor, but I feel that it is definitely in their best interest to be with me. Also need to know about possible move out of state for a new job.
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
Divorce and family covers several issues that can come up during the course of a divorce, such as continuing spousal health insurance.
by attorney Todd Cole
You've made one of the hardest decisions of your life --- to file for divorce. You are probably feeling sad, angry, and a little confused. What... more