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  • 26 Aug. 2013

    How is Child Support Calculated?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    Contrary to some popular myths, there is a big difference between spousal support and child support. In the first place, the calculation for child support starts (and often ends with) simply applying certain state uniform guideline calculation formulas. This level of child support is presumed to be correct. However, thereafter, one may argue that specific factors and expenses should be considered ...
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  • 19 Aug. 2013

    What is the Duration of Temporary Spousal Support?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    In another post, I mentioned some of the problematic aspects of the labels “temporary” and “permanent” with regard to spousal support rulings. Temporary Spousal Support is support that a spouse may be able to obtain from another higher earning spouse, between the time a petition for dissolution of marriage is filed (a request for divorce) and the time a final judgment is ...
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  • 12 Aug. 2013

    What Is The B-Key Analysis?

    Posted By The Buncher Law Corporation

    One thing that the court is not allowed to do is use Guideline Temporary Spousal Support calculations (formulas set forth by statute) to determine Permanent Spousal Support [ Marriage of Zywiciel (2008) 83 Cal.App.4th 1078, 1082]. Computer software programs like Dissomaster or Xspouse are designed to make these Temporary Support calculations for you. Nevertheless, such Guideline calculations are ...
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