Family disputes can be overwhelming, especially when they come with heavy emotional and financial burdens. Divorce, child custody, and other family issues often involve significant legal fees and court costs. Many families are looking for ways to resolve their disputes without breaking the bank or causing lasting emotional damage. One effective solution is family law […]Continue reading

Spousal support can be terminated in California if certain conditions are met, such as the receiving spouse’s remarriage or the death of either spouse or the supported spouse has an increase in his/her income or the supporting spouse loses his employment and income, or if spousal support terminates pursuant to the terms of the Judgment.

Yes, spousal support orders can be modified in California if there is a significant change in circumstances, such as a change in income or employment of either party. Such an order is not available if the Judgment provides that spousal support is non-modifiable for a specific duration or under specific circumstances.

Unlike child support, there is no specific formula for calculating permanent spousal support in California. The court considers various factors, including the length of the marriage, the marital standard of living, the age of the party seeking spousal support, the health of the party seeking spousal support, each spouse’s income, and their need and ability […]Continue reading

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