Spousal support or alimony during a divorce is one of the most difficult things to go through. California couples need to agree who will pay money to whom and whether a spouse is going to support the other. What is the point of having alimony is California? This is designed to assist the spouse who […]
Navigating through a divorce can be a challenging and stressful procedure. There are a number of laws in the state of California that deal with divorce, and many of them can have a lot of information for you to digest. People often wonder how they can make divorce proceedings as stress-free as possible while retaining […]
Alimony law is often very confusing and comes with a lot of moving parts. There are a few changes in California alimony law that have come into effect for 2019 and should be taken note of. One of the biggest 2019 changes has to with spousal support. Previously, spousal support was tax deductible for the […]
Alimony is always a contentious subject to navigate, especially when it is in the context of a divorce. Most people understand the basics behind alimony, where a higher-earning spouse makes regular payments to the other partner, but there are still a lot of misconceptions about alimony and its presence in divorce proceedings. Our experienced attorneys […]
There are a lot of decisions that you will need to make after getting a divorce. Your whole life may end up changing completely, your world will turn upside down. There is also the issues of who gets custody of your children, deciding whether your spouse will get alimony after the divorce, and thinking about […]
The State Laws in California, which relate to the alimony legislations affect the decisions of both spouses in a marriage. How the couple will deal with the case, the complexity and length of the case, and settlements can turn a simple divorce case into a very complicated legal battle with no end. These factors are […]
Spousal support is a term that you typically will only hear if you’re going through a divorce or about to start the proceedings. Most people know it as “alimony.” The terms mean the same thing, and the topic is very important both during and after a divorce.