Articles Posted in Domestic Violence

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The two parties in a domestic violence restraining order case are often called the “Protected Party” and the “Restrained Party.” The Protected Party is the person requesting the Domestic Violence Restraining Order and the Restrained Party is the person who is restricted by the restraining order.

When a Domestic Violence Restraining order is granted for the Protected Party, it may drastically reduce the rights and liberties of the Restrained Party, and they my need a Domestic Violence Attorney to help them protect their rights and liberties.  If a Domestic Violence Restraining Order has been granted against you, you need to consider a Domestic Violence Lawyer.

The Consequences of a Domestic Violence Restraining Order

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Domestic violence is the emotional, physical, or verbal abuse by one person against another where the parties are (See Cal. Family Code 6211):

  • Spouses or former spouses,
  • A person who regularly resides or formally reside in the household,

With regards to divorce, alimony is notorious. You most likely have some idea of how alimony functions—with the higher-earning partner making regular installments to the other partner—however, there are a number of misinterpretations about this crucial, but hot-button topic.

Every state has separate alimony support laws and requirements, so there is a high chance for misinterpretation. In California, alimony is referred to as “spousal support.” In the present blog, we will discuss six things divorcing couples should think about regarding spousal support in California.

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1) There are two types of spousal support in California

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