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How is Spousal Support Calculated in a North County Divorce?

On Behalf of | Feb 8, 2020 | Spousal Support

How is spousal support calculated in a North County divorce case?  Unlike child support, where California has published specific guidelines and calculations, spousal support or “alimony” as it is often referred to is much more discretionary.  This often leads to dispute and expensive litigation as the parties work to protect their interests during a divorce.

The spousal support page on our website comprehensively outlines California law on this subject.  However, even a quick glance will tell you this area of family law is quite complex and based upon a broad range of factors that must be considered by the judge or magistrate in your case.  Some of these factors include the length of your marriage, the economic and employment viability of each of the spouses, health and the standard of living the parties enjoyed during the marriage.

This is why it is so important to have the representation of one of the most experienced and proven Carlsbad divorce and family law practices. Burke & Domercq have decades of experience and expertise in spousal support cases before North County family law courts. We provide our clients with informed insight based extensive actual experience in these contentious cases.

Spousal support calculated in a North County divorce case must balance these factors while providing somewhat of a balanced financial equation between the parties.  Spousal support goals are directly established by our clients. We work to accomplish those goals as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible while achieving most or all of our client’s objectives throughout the case.

Mediation is an effective tool for resolving spousal support disputes in Carlsbad without the need for expensive and time consuming litigation. Our attorneys are experienced negotiators and work diligently to resolve these challenges while accomplishing our client’s objectives.

There are some instances where it is in our client’s best interest to ask the judge to decide these matters.  In these cases it is the experience, knowledge, skill and expertise of your Burke & Domercq, APC attorney that will make a substantial impact on the outcome in your case.