We'll help you keep your life, even in hard times.
A divorce is never easy and often brings out some of the worst in people. An excellent divorce lawyer makes sure your rights are preserved, and you receive fair representation. It's important to make calm, rational decisions at such an important time and Rupert Corkill can give you the professional counsel you need.
From child custody disputes to issues over splitting property, the divorce attorneys at the Law Offices of Rupert Corkill are committed to assisting you in your pursuit of a fair and just resolution to the end of your marriage. Fight back and do not allow your rights to become a casualty in the pursuit of justice.
What is a Divorce?
The legal dissolution of a marriage involves a judge removing the bonds of matrimony from two individuals, restoring their status as single. Often, our divorce attorneys in Redding, CA are necessary to help resolve issues including:
- Child custody
- Separation of property and assets
- Alimony or spousal support
- Child support
The reasons for a divorce can include:
- Irreconcilable differences (most often best option)
- Lack of support
- Living apart
- Confinement to a mental hospital
- Cruelty or Abuse
- Felony conviction
The Legal Help You Need
Going through a divorce is difficult and the Law Office of Rupert Corkill is here to give you the representation you need. We will work tirelessly and fight to keep your parental rights intact, resolve child custody, child visitation disputes and negotiate the division of property and marital assets. Your divorce lawyer is always at your side and ready to answer your concerns. Contact us today to speak to a professional family lawyer.
We offer affordable, reasonable legal fees and work with clients to tailor our services to their needs.
We offer free initial 15 minute consultations and with just a single phone call to our location, your concerns and questions can be answered. We can be reached at our Office: (530) 209-9593 and our offices are located at 1725 Oregon St, Redding, CA 96001.
More family law services
- Family law attorney
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Legal separation
- Domestic violence
- Property settlement
- Grandparent's rights
- Step parent adoption
- Restraining order
Divorce Quick Facts
How is property divided at divorce in California?
California is a community property state. This means that any income earned by either spouse during the marriage, and all property bought with those earnings, are considered marital property that is owned equally by each spouse or partner. At divorce, the property is divided equally between the spouses or partners.
What is the residency requirement for divorce in California?
At least one spouse must be a resident of California for 6 months or 180 days before filing for divorce, though there are exceptions that would allow us to help you as early as the day that you move to California.