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How Long Does a Divorce Take in California?
How Long Does a Divorce Take in California?

If you are dissolving your marriage, one of your concerns may be in regards to how long it will take before it is finalized. After all, no one wants the process to drag on much longer than it should. However, there is no universal timeframe for how long it should take for a ...

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