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If you’re dealing with California spousal support negotiations or court proceedings, you should probably familiarize yourself with Gavron warnings. The term originated from a California appellate court decision called the Marriage of Gavron over 20 years ago. The Gavron warning is a fair warning to the supported spouse in a California divorce case that he…

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If you are getting divorced in California, you probably have several significant concerns. One of the most frequently voiced concerns is how much spousal support is typically awarded. When considering typical divorce settlements that involve spousal support, it’s essential to review the details of each case. What are the typical divorce settlements about spousal support…

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Alimony or spousal support termination is a polarizing issue during a divorce. And divorced spouses often continue to battle it out over the details of spousal support termination after the divorce is final. Laws governing spousal support termination vary significantly depending on the length of the marriage. Shorter-term marriages typically result in easier termination. The…

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Many California couples considering divorce fear what they call the “ten-year rule.” A common misunderstanding is that when a couple married longer than ten years seeks a divorce, there is a rule in place that requires alimony on an indefinite basis, but there is no such rule. The reference is to Family Code Section 4336(a)…

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Welcome to The Maggio Law Firm’s PODCAST explaining the difference between temporary and long-term spousal support in California and spousal support concepts under California law that any person going through a divorce or legal separation needs to understand. [podcast]https://www.maggiolawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/What-Is-The-Difference-Between-Temporary-And-Long-Term-Spousal-Support-In-California-PODCAST.m4a[/podcast]

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