Monthly Archives: October 2022
Making The Most Of Spousal Support While You Still Have It
Many people think that if they are awarded spousal support, or alimony, during a divorce that it is indefinite or even permanent. The law in California does allow for permanent or long-term spousal support to be awarded in some cases, such as after a very long marriage or when one spouse has a disability… Read More »
What To Do When Your Ex-Spouse Wants To Move Abroad With Your Child
The life you and your spouse have during the divorce process may not be the same life you live post-divorce. People sometimes move to be closer to family, for a new job, or simply just to get a fresh start in life. In most cases, these moves still make child custody visitation possible. However,… Read More »
Are Children Allowed To Refuse Visitation In Santa Clara County?
Child custody orders are legally-binding and there are harsh penalties for parents who choose not to comply with them. What happens, though, when a child refuses visitation? Children may at first show reluctance to visit a non-custodial parent before flat out refusing to go. So, is this allowed by the courts in California, and… Read More »