Can you leave the state while going through a divorce?
A divorce case is not like a criminal case, which may stop you from leaving the state while charges are pending. Instead, you still have the right to go wherever you want – you just need to be available to appear in court when required. If you do move, you may still have to return to California to handle your case.
What happens if one person doesn’t want to get divorced?
The court needs to agree to grant the divorce, not the other person in the marriage. As long as the necessary financial and legal issues get resolved, the divorce can be completed with one person never agreeing to it. However, the negotiation of these issues does offer a potential block to completing the divorce.
How long do you have to move out after a divorce?
Thirty days is a reasonable length of time for a person to get their logistics in line to move items from the home they no longer have any interest in.