Monthly Archives: November 2016

Non-Modifiable Spousal Support

In re Marriage of Hibbard involved modification of spousal support after a settlement was entered into by the parties which would only allow modification below $2,000 per month upon certain circumstances. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE REQUEST FOR ORDER TO REDUCE … Continue reading

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Deviation from Child Support Guidelines in California

S.P. v. F.G. involved a high income earner and a modification of child support. FACTUAL BACKGROUND OF THE REQUEST FOR ORDER FOR MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT The parents of the minor child were never married. The mother starred in a … Continue reading

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Change in Child Support When Grandparents Raise the Minor Child

Once an order for child support is entered, it is enforceable unless modified by agreement or order of the court. There is one exception to this rule. In re Marriage of Wilson analyzes whether or not child support should be … Continue reading

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