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The guideline states that the paying spouses support be presumptively 40% of his or her net monthly income, reduced by one-half of the receiving spouses net monthly income. If child support is an issue, spousal support is calculated after child support is calculated.
In California, spousal support may be paid for up to half the length of a marriage that lasts 10 years or less. Unions that lasted longer than 10 years are considered long term, and no specific duration will apply.
In general, the guideline takes 35% to 40% of the higher-earning spouses income and subtracts 40% to 50% of the lower-earning spouses income. And which percentage is used for each of your incomes varies by county.
California laws on spousal support are gender neutraleither spouse may request support. If one spouse needs financial support and the other can afford to pay it, the judge will order the higher-earning spouse to pay alimony to the lower-earning spouse, regardless of their genders.
The general guideline for calculating alimony takes 35% to 40% of the higher-earning spouses income and subtracts 40% to 50% of the lower-earning spouses income. Depending on what county you live in, it will vary.

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In California, alimony is not mandatory. However, if one spouse earns docHubly more than the other, the court may order them to pay alimony to the lower-earning spouse.
In California, spousal support may be paid for up to half the length of a marriage that lasts 10 years or less. Unions that lasted longer than 10 years are considered long term, and no specific duration will apply.
There is no specific marriage duration to get alimony in California. The good news is there is no specific minimum duration before a spouse may receive alimony. A California family court bases its decision to order alimony on a variety of factors, including the marital standard of living.
Once a divorce is final, you may receive (or pay) spousal or domestic partner support. This is called permanent or long-term spousal support. This is usually a monthly payment that can last for many years.
In California, alimony is not mandatory. However, if one spouse earns docHubly more than the other, the court may order them to pay alimony to the lower-earning spouse.

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