Category Archives: Alimony

This blog category is all about alimony. Alimony is another word for spousal support – what your spouse must pay you after a divorce to help you get back on independent footing. While we have main static pages on this subject (see below), California law is extremely complicated. And that is especially true when it comes to Orange County! So we felt it necessary to write more to further detail the common issues. The blog articles below further flush out California’s law on this subject.

The below blog articles examine different aspects of support after divorce. They flush out how the law overlaps and interacts with all the other areas of CA family law. This will include examining complex subjects like splitting up a business, inheritance, offsets, lifetime orders, lying on the expense & income statement, using children against the other spouse, and many many other complex and emotional issues.

Alimony & Spousal Support Blog Category

What Should You Do if Your Ex-Spouse is Lying on the Income and Expense Declaration?

By | March 21, 2017

When a couple is going through the process of divorce, they are required to file an Income and Expense Declaration (Form FL-150) to request any spousal support (alimony), child support or attorney’s fees. Family Code § 2100 requires that the declaration be accurately disclosed. That means, lying about income or expenses will not to be… Read More »