One of the 29 Titles of the California Legislature is “Family Law,” which is where you can find the California Marriage Code (Division 3 of the Family Law Code) and all relevant sections, which describe in detail the laws that affect marriage in California.
California Marital Agreements (Division 5) includes:
I am in a same sex marriage in California. I was married in the small time frame in California when same sex marriage was allowed (in 2008). My partner and I now want to get a divorce, and we are already separated. We have already agreed on asset division, and we have no children. My question is: according to the California Validity of Marriage law, only a marriage between a man and a woman is recognized. So does that mean that we are not legally married? Does that mean we do not need a legal divorce? Please help. Thank you.
can someone marry another person in california when they are still married in georgia?
What the hell? No. It’s called polygamy.. And is not allowed in California or any other states.
ok theres a question if a adoped brother and sister would like to get married could they? they are not related by blood tho so i dont know? and i found sever things on it some say u can some say u cant witch is it?
if a husband buys a home without wife signature is wife reasonable for debt if husband defaults?