spousal support

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spousal support

It is good to keep some important records regarding alimony such as the dispersal and acceptance of spousal support. While spousal support is not always required, it is very common for judges to issue judgments for spousal support, depending on the case. There are cases, for example, where a parent may need to quit working […]

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It is difficult for divorcees providing spousal support during the holiday season, and even more frustrating when the former spouse doesn’t get control of his or her spending habits. Unfortunately, if you are the primary breadwinner you are stuck with paying your ex-bills unless an experienced Camarillo spousal support attorney handles your circumstances. Even if […]

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The end of your marriage doesn’t necessarily mean your spouse will stop supporting you financially. When one of the spouses is more financially stable than the other, the less well-off spouse may receive alimony. Spousal support helps the beneficiary reach financial independence. However, this help is only available if you were legally married. Some other […]

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Often times after a divorce, one spouse may be unable to seek employment, or lack the skills needed to obtain employment, which can place them in a vulnerable position, thus, suffering a decrease in the standard of living. Relief Spousal support in California, like many states, is meant to bridge the gap between the time […]

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