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Annuities, Trusts, and Life Insurance Policies for Continued Spousal Support
Annuities, Trusts, and Life Insurance Policies for Continued Spousal Support

Permanent Spousal Support When the court orders one party to pay for the financial support of the other after divorce , it is considered a “permanent” spousal support award. Under California Family Code § 4320, a court must consider several factors when determining issues ...

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