Written by attorney Anthony Payman Azemika | Aug 2, 2014

Misdemeanor No Contest Can Mean No Support

In affirming a Trial Court’s decisions, a California Court of Appeals has ruled that Trial Court may consider Mother’s misdemeanor conviction for spousal battery in determining whether to order Father to pay her spousal support, even though that conviction was based on a no contest plea.

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