I would like a quick non contested, remote divorce... But my visa runs out soon and then ide have to come back to be homeless
Maybe. I apologize, but you provide no relevant information to form a response. The fact you're in Germany, your "visa runs out soon and then [you'd] have to come back to be homeless" isn't much to go on. What do you mean by "quick"?
Obviously, you'll need an attorney.
Under California law, some people can use a relatively easy process called Summary Dissolution to end their marriage. This process is only available when the following criteria are met, as described in California Family Code Section 2400.
For more information, please contact one of the Self-Help Center locations:
Briefly, a Summary Dissolution is possible for couples:
Who have been married less than 5 years,
Who have no children together,
Who do not own very much,
Who do not owe very much, and
Who both agree to a divorce and each sign the papers.
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Possible, yes. Quick? 6 months or more.
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