Research experienced divorce attorneys in your area and contact them to arrange initial consultations.
Contact a divorce attorney in your area for a consultation. You have a lot of issues that will need to be addressed in this divorce. I.e. child custody, child support, spousal support, property division, etc. Do yourself a favor and do not contact a legal document preparation service to help with your divorce. Good luck with your case.
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I agree with the previous two answers in that you need a legal representation. Moving forward with filing a Petition for Dissolution on behalf of yourself would not be wise. Because paying for an expensive attorney does not sound practical, I suggest you contact the San Bernadino Legal Aid or Inland County Legal Services. You may be able to retain a pro bono attorney to work with you in moving forward with your divorce.
File for divorce, list the Yukon as a community property item on form FL-160, and file a Request For Orders on child custody, visitation, child support and a temporary order granting you the use and possession of the Yukon pending division of all the assets. Also your Request For Orders should request temporary spousal support and for health coverage for you and your children. YOu might need at attorney.
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