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Estimated expenses are expenses you estimate you will have. For example, if you are currently living with your spouse and plan on moving out, you will enter what you estimate your rent will be. Actual expenses are expenses that you actually have. For example, if you have a car payment and you plan on continuing to pay that car, then that is an actual expense that you have.
In California, it is not necessary for both spouses to be in agreement in getting a divorce. As long as one person wants to get a divorce, that’s all you need. The other spouse does not need to “give you” the divorce or sign any documents for you to get divorced. If your spouse refuses to participate in the divorce, you can still get divorced and most likely it would go through a “default judgment”, a judgment when only one person participated in the process.
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A paternity action can be filed in the county where the child resides, the mother resides, or the alleged father resides.
To start or respond to a paternity action, click here.