THE PETITIONER SHALL PAY TO RESPONDENT,AS AND FOR SPOUSAL SUPPORT COMMENCING UPON THE ENTRY OF JUDGMENT AND SHALL CONTINUE UNTIL THE DEATH OF EITHER PARTY, REMARRIAGE OF PETITIONER OR UNTIL FURTHER ORDER OF THE COURT, WHICHEVER FIRST OCCURS. AS FOR ADDITIONAL SPOUSAL SUPPORT, HE PETITIONER SHALL PAY DIRECTLY TO THE RESPONDENT, 24.7% OF HIS OVERTIME.
That seems to be an error in drafting.
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You have already received several responses to this question. You should follow up on those suggestions rather than re-posting the same question. In any event, it sounds like a mistake in drafting and should be addressed with whomever drafted the judgment or marital settlement agreement from which the quoted language is taken.
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That was an obvious error. Contact the Petitioner's attorney to see if he and the Petitioner will cooperate in preparing a Stipulation and Order correcting or modifying the Judgment to change the incorrect "Remarriage of Petitioner" to "Remarriage of Respondent). If he or the Petitioner refuse, file a RFO seeking correction of that error as well as Family Code Section 271 Sanctions against the Petitioner and his counsel.
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