Category Archives: Spousal Support
What Is The Difference Between Spousal Support And Domestic Partner Support?
When you are seeking spousal support, or when your ex has indicated that they plan to seek support, you are likely to have many questions about how the spousal support process works in California. If you conduct some initial research, you may learn that California law recognizes both “spousal support” and “domestic partner support.”… Read More »
Will I Be Required To Pay Taxes On Spousal Support?
Spousal support in California, which is also known as alimony, is a payment ordered by the court from one spouse to the other spouse. The payment is intended to help the receiving spouse pay their monthly expenses, and support can be awarded in cases involving married couples or domestic partners who have registered their… Read More »
Who Pays Taxes On Spousal Support?
Spousal support in California is ordered by the court, and it is a payment made by one spouse to the other spouse in connection with a divorce or separation, or in situations involving a domestic violence restraining order. California also recognizes domestic partner support in circumstances where domestic partners separate and end their relationships…. Read More »