Legal Advice for Cohabitation — 26 results
Written by attorney Cameron Goulding, almost 4 years ago.
Are you receiving or paying alimony or spousal support? Are you or your ex-husband or ex-wife "living with" a boyfriend or girlfriend? Then termination of spousal support or alimony due... more
Written by Avvo Staff, about 4 years ago.
When you and your romantic partner decide to live together, it's usually a decision filled with romance and anticipation. You're rarely thinking of the financial and legal implications,... more
Written by attorney Cynthia Rendon, almost 3 years ago.
Co-habitation agreements are recommended for individuals in a conjugal relationship who live together but are not legally married, either by choice or because the law does not recognize... more
Written by attorney Eric Nelson, over 3 years ago.
a new spouses income may not be considered when determining spousal
maintenance or child support issues with a prior spouse. That
said, to the extent a new... more
Written by attorney William Bruzzo, over 3 years ago.
Domestic Violence can be a misdemeanor or felony in the state of California. Penal Code section 273.5 states that "Any person who willfully inflicts upon a person who is his or her spouse,... more
Written by attorney Arthur Khachatourians, over 4 years ago.
Domestic Violence Restraining Order - Modify Terms of Restraining Order If a restraining order has not already been issued, one will be issued on the day of the arraignment against the... more
Written by attorney Mary Commander, over 4 years ago.
Income and Expenses The court is to consider the obligations, needs and financial resources of the parties, including, but not limited to income from all pension, profit sharing or... more
Written by attorney Mark S Guralnick, over 4 years ago.
Tenants in Common If two people co-own a property, they are tenants in common. So, for example, if Able owns 40 percent of a property, and Baker owns the other 60 percent, they are tenants... more
Written by attorney Roland Tiemann, over 4 years ago.
Can My Wife/GF Drop the Charges No, only the District Attorney can drop the domestic violence charges against you and this is unlikely to occur. The prosecutor, not the victim, makes the... more
Written by Avvo Staff, almost 6 years ago.
Alimony termination occurs either when a former spouse dies or when the court orders alimony to end (as stated in the divorce decree). In many states, alimony may also terminate when the... more