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May 2020
What is Imputed Income? Imputing Income on a Spouse Who Receives Child Support & Spousal Support and Refuses to Work.   Calculation of Child Support: The Court shall adhere to the statewide uniform guideline and may depart from the guideline only in the special circumstances. Please see California Family Code Section 4052. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=FAM&sectionNum=4052.   One...
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San Diego Superior Court will resume services on 5/26/2020. Unfortunately, if you have a pending Family Law case or are planning to open a Family Law case, you won’t be able to appear in front of the Judge. There are new rules public and attorneys have to follow.   Family Law Division:   As of...
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Question: What assets am I entitled to receive in divorce? Answer: The short answer is that each spouse is entitled to receive one-half of the community property. Community property is all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by a married person during the marriage while domiciled in California, absent a valid premarital (prenuptial) and/or...
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Question: I filed a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage in San Diego (Petition for Divorce), but my spouse and I worked our issues out and reconciled. Can I stop my divorce process? Answer: Yes, you can. The Petitioner may request to dismiss a case if the Respondent has filed no Response. If the Respondent has...
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Question: The father of my child and I have never been married. The father does not want to help me financially to raise the child. What can I do about it? Answer 1: First, if it has not been established before, you have to establish legally that he is the father of the child. Steps...
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Question: My Ex is always late with child and spousal support payments. Can I do anything about it? Is there a way to automatically withdraw spousal and/or child support from my Ex’s paychecks? Answer: Yes, if your Ex is a W-2 employee. If your Ex is a W-2 employee: Your Ex is late with child...
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Question: School summer break (no – online classes) is coming up and pursuant to the MSA my daughter has to go to a different state for a month to spend time with her dad. As of now, in California we have a stay at home order due to coronavirus. Can I keep (prevent) my child...
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