Craig’s Answer: Whether a spouse is in the military or not, the procedure is the same. You or your spouse must be able to claim California as a legal residence to file in the state (be a California resident for…

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Craig’s Answer: No, though you may get some advice from Military Legal Assistance. That means you may get some information on applicable laws and how they may apply to you and suggestions about what needs to be filed when, but…

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Craig’s Answer: Alimony, or “spousal support,” is payment from one spouse (“payor spouse”) to another (“supported spouse” or “payee spouse”) after they separate with plans to divorce. There are two types of alimony: Temporary alimony is a payment from the…

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Craig’s Answer: It depends on the circumstances and the agreement between the parties, if there is one. There are two types of spousal support. “Temporary” support is paid during the divorce process and ends with a final divorce order. “Permanent”…

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