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My california judgement arrived in the beginning of January and the divorce day was set for march 10. Is it over now or

San Diego, CA |

am I supposed to do something once again to finalise it.

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You are done unless the judgment has terms that have not been completed.

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could you give an example as to what it could be...I don't see anything in there. it was a one sided divorce without any shared assets. it's just I was not sure if i had to do something after the date of termination specified on my judgement when i got it 2 months ago, so thanks :)

Michael Charles Schwerin

Michael Charles Schwerin


If there was nothing further you had to do, then you are done. Did you receive a notice of Entry of Judgment? if so, it states on that, the termination date of your marriage. That should match the termination date on your Judgment. If both of those are the same, then you were divorced on 3/10 and you are done.


If you have judgment it is final.

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Yes. It will be effective as of date listed on the Judgment

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Judgement issuance date can be different than the date divorce is final.

You must contact a local attorney or obtain telephonic consultation from an attorney to discuss specifics of your situation and get full advise. The information given here is general in nature and does not establish attorney-client relationship.

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