As a culturally diverse law firm, we are aware of the delicacies of marital issues and how it impacts your life. We understand that no two families are going through the same issue, so we offer you our undivided attention and solutions tailored specifically to your situation.
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The financial impact of divorce can be minimal to substantial. And affluent spouses risk losing more in a divorce. Increasingly, women are paying spousal support and/or child support to their ex-husbands, especially when the wife is the primary breadwinner in the house. Many factors can affect the type and amount of alimony you may be eligible to receive or be required to pay. And when amounts are contested, things can get complicated quickly. Therefore, it’s important to work with the right law firm that has navigated these waters many times to ensure you get a fair result.
Several factors should be considered when determining the amount of a spousal support award. The guideline states that the paying spouse’s support is presumptively 40% of his or her net monthly income, reduced by one-half of the receiving spouse’s net monthly income. If child support is an issue, spousal support is calculated after child support is calculated.
Whether a spouse is entitled to support is dependent on numerous factors, such as:
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Locally, clients come to us from Fremont, San Mateo, Alameda, and Santa Clara, East Bay, South Bay, Palo Alto, Pleasanton, Dublin, Newark, Union City, and surrounding areas.
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