How do Separate Property Assets impact Spousal Support?

How do Separate Property Assets impact Spousal Support?

One defense that may be used against a long-term spousal support award is that the requesting party does not need support because the separate property estate after the judgment is sufficient to meet their needs and enabled them to be self-supporting. There are...

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Do I lose custody if I am deployed?

Do I lose custody if I am deployed?

A top concern is if a parent will lose custody once they are deployed. Modification of custody or visitation cannot be justified solely due to the party's absence, relocation, or failure to comply with their custody order due to military duty or deployment.   ...

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Can I stop paying spousal support when I retire?

Can I stop paying spousal support when I retire?

A common question people ask is “Can I stop paying spousal support when I retire?” Circumstances might call for a change in the amount for spousal support.  The retirement age is 65 in the state of California. Once you decide to retire, you will be able to request a...

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