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The IRS has found that there is a significant discrepancy existing between family law alimony/spousal support deductions claimed by payers and income reported by recipients! If you are receiving family law spousal support/alimony based on a written agreement or court order, it is income to you...

Spousal support is the term for alimony in California Family Courts. Spousal support is money that one spouse pays to the other to help support them. One of your questions may be “how do I get alimony or spousal support?” Many factors are considered when determining the amount of spousal...

Spousal support is the term used for alimony in California. Alimony is money that one spouse pays to the other to help support them until they can support themselves at the standard of living they had during the marriage. Alimony depends on a number of factors; during the divorce proceedings...

In the School of Life, a relationship breakup can be one of our greatest teachers. You may find that the decision to end your relationship is more difficult than the decision to start one. Why? When you begin a relationship, you likely are filled with positive feelings about your future...

Depends on a number of factors. During the divorce proceedings (that is, before a judgment of divorce is entered), courts will normally order spousal support based on a formula adopted by the county (called "temporary" or pendente lite" spousal support). That amount is determined by child support...

Incorporating a business in and of itself should have little or no impact on spousal support. When you think about it, incorporating a business only changes its form, and not its substance. The same income is earned by the business either way, and income is usually paid to the shareholder as wages...

This video helps explain spousal support and how it is calculated. Enjoy!