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HOW DO CALIFORNIA COURTS DETERMINE ALIMONY OR SPOUSAL SUPPORT FOR OTHER STATES?

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HOW DO CALIFORNIA COURTS DETERMINE ALIMONY OR SPOUSAL SUPPORT FOR OTHER STATES?

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A. California judges use California Law which considers all of the factors as set forth in the California Family Code. The factors include the balancing of hardships which takes into consideration the local costs of living as reflected on the living style of both spouses. For example, if one spouse is now living in a 4 or 5 bedroom home estate and the other is in a 1 room apartment, there is a presumption that the former is living better than the latter and the latter has a hardship. There are about a dozen separate factors to be considered and you can look under “spousal support” here in the website and they are listed.

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