Folsom Divorce Attorney

At Boyd Law, we understand divorce is a complex and emotionally turbulent part of a person’s life. If you are going through a divorce in the Folsom area, contact the family law attorneys at Boyd Law to set up a consultation – we aim to provide guidance and compassion navigating you through the family law issues of divorce. We have extensive resources to provide our clients the best possible outcome during a difficult situation.


It can be difficult to work through the emotional turmoil of a divorce. Divorce can conjure feelings shame as well as the belief that you failed in some way. This is not the case, and divorce is an unfortunate problem that comes to may many couples. Boyd Law is a firm that will alleviate your feelings of guilt, providing you the knowledge and legal experience necessary to navigate the turbulent waters of divorce law.


Every marriage is unique, and so too is every divorce. The law team at Boyd Law has decades of combined experience with many common – and not so common – situations that arise during divorce. Our divorce attorneys can assist with:

You do not have to go through your divorce alone; we are here to help you understand your legal rights and obligations and guide you to the best possible outcome for your family.


California has several options available for divorce, and we can guide you through each in turn. The most common form of ending a marriage is through typical divorce – a dissolution of a legal, legitimate marriage. Whether acrimonious or amicable, divorce law is complicated and requires expertise in all aspects of family law.

California is a no-fault state, meaning that there does not need to be a specific reason for ending a marriage. In no-fault cases, the courts list the cause of divorce as “irreconcilable differences” and only requires one spouse’s assent that the marriage does not work due to personal incompatibility. Contesting a divorce, while possible, does not mean that the divorce will not proceed.

Legal separation is often the choice for couples who are not eligible for California dissolution. Normally, this means that the parties lack the residency requirements needed. Sometimes, though, couples voluntarily choose separation so that they may live apart without fully dissolving their marriage. Neither spouse can remarry in separation cases, and the marriage is still valid, but the two parties may also file certain restrictions and restraints.

Finally, annulment cases are available only under extreme circumstances. Typically, an annulment – the declaration that the original marriage was invalid, and thus ceases to exist – only occurs during cases of incest or bigamy where one partner was already legally married.


Winning the best-possible outcome for you and your family requires knowledge of the divorce court system. At Boyd Law, we offer you our experience and services to make the most of your proceedings. Our goal is to reduce your burden by guiding you through the complexities of the divorce process, allowing you time to focus on moving on in your family life.

We will complete an initial consultation to understand your needs and circumstances, and from there work to assist you in gathering your evidence and documentation. Once the divorce process begins, we put ourselves forward as your advocate, advising you on the legal circumstances surrounding your case, and providing you advice on how to move forward in the court.

If you are going through a divorce in Folsom, California, contact the family law and divorce attorneys at the law offices of Boyd Law to set up your initial consultation.