Valid Marriages

Valid Marriages

Valid Marriages

One of the issues that couples may need to address in a divorce is the validity of the marriage. In California five steps are required for a couple to enter into a valid marriage: (1) both parties must consent, (2) they must obtain a marriage license, (3) they must enter into vows to solemnize the marriage, (4) the person who administers the vows in the marriage ceremony must authenticate the marriage by signing the marriage license with at least one witness signing the license, and (5) the person who solemnizes the marriage must return the certificate of registry to the county clerk. If one or more of these items are not completed, then the parties may not have entered into a valid marriage.

If you need a divorce lawyer in the Orange County area to discuss a family law issue such as the validity of the marriage or any other dissolution issue such as child support, custody, spousal support, transmutation or property division, contact Treviño Law, Inc. Conveniently located off of the 5 and 405 freeway at Lake Forest.

Although the posting of this information can be considered free legal advice for an Orange County divorce, it does not guarantee a result. There may be other circumstances that play a significant role in any dissolution which may alter the outcome of a divorce. A divorce lawyer will be knowledgeable about the significance of facts. Those factors should be reviewed and argued by a family law attorney in Orange County.

Please note that this legal advice does not establish a family law attorney-client relationship. This is a legal advertisement for Treviño Law, Inc, an Orange County family law firm.

Sometimes during a divorce a party must prove that he or she is in a valid marriage.

Sometimes during a divorce a party must prove that he or she is in a valid marriage.

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