Residency Requirements and Grounds for DivorceYou must be a resident of California for six months and a county resident for three months to file for a divorce, called a "dissolution."
Either spouse can get a divorce simply by stating in the divorce papers that "irreconcilable differences" have caused a breakdown in the marriage. If both spouses are in agreement that there should be a divorce, they can agree in writing (called a "stipulation") that the marriage can be ended...
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