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Can I Increase Spousal Support?
Can I Increase Spousal Support?

Spousal support is designed to help the lower-income earning party maintain the standard of living the couple had during the marriage. When determining spousal support, a judge will look at many different factors, including the duration of your marriage, your spouse’s ...

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Blog posts in Spousal Support

  • How is Spousal Support Determined?

    Spousal support is designed to help the spouse that earns less income maintain a similar standard of living to what the couple had during the ...

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  • How Can I Modify Spousal Support?

    Spousal support is often ordered in a divorce to ensure that the lower income-earning spouse does not end up destitute in the aftermath of a split. ...

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  • Ensuring the Benefits of Spousal Support After Death

    Spousal support is meant to help a financially disadvantaged party maintain a standard of living to which they grew accustomed during the marriage. ...

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  • How Recent Tax Reforms Will Affect Spousal Support

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Starting January 1, 2019, the provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will come into effect. Among the various tax reforms ...

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  • Getting to Work: Vocational Examinations and Spousal Support

    Sometimes when spouses get a divorce, one spouse is at stark financial disadvantage compared to the other spouse. In particular, divorce cases where ...

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  • Gathering Evidence for Post-Divorce Litigation

    When a couple receives a final judgment from the court regarding their divorce , that doesn’t mean they won’t find themselves before the divorce court ...

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  • What Are Temporary Orders?

    When a couple gets a divorce , the ensuing court proceedings can take anywhere between a few months to several years, depending on the complexity of ...

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  • Surviving Life After Divorce, Year 1

    Getting a divorce can be an emotionally and mentally exhausting process. Divorce proceedings can last anywhere from six months to several years, ...

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  • When Will a Family Law Court Approve a Spousal Support Modification?

    As part of most divorces in California, the family law court will want to assign spousal support to be paid by the spouse of greater income to the ...

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