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Month: May 2019

Will the Court Consider Your New Spouse’s Income in Deciding Whether to Modify Spousal Support?

on May 28, 2019Posted in Alimony,Divorce,Family Law,Spousal Support

In California, permanent spousal support ordered at the end of a divorce can be modified by a judge in the future if there is a change in circumstances (absent some exceptions we won’t consider here). Now, what will be considered a change in circumstances is, effectively, specific to each case. Hopefully, there is a clear… read more

Should my fiance’ have an attorney to sign our premarital agreement?

on May 6, 2019Posted in Prenuptial Agreement

Should my fiancé have an attorney to sign our premarital agreement? The importance of each party being represented by their own San Diego prenuptial agreement attorney is essential. This allows both parties to become informed about their rights and obligations. Premarital agreements set forth rights to property and support – which may greatly alter ones… read more

How do people beat a prenuptial agreement?

on May 6, 2019Posted in Prenuptial Agreement

How do people beat a prenuptial agreement? There are several ways a party can argue a Prenup should fail. California Family Code Section 1615 is titled, Unenforceable Agreements; Unconscionability; Voluntariness. This code section sets out the primary ways a premarital agreement may be set aside. Look first to see if they were not provided sufficient… read more