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Sanctions for Future Expenses
Sanctions for Future Expenses

Wife [W] and Husband [H] were married in 2004. They separated in 2013, then W petitioned for divorce. During the legal proceedings, W and H argued over ownership of a house in Brazil. W held title to the house in her name only because H is not a Brazilian citizen. However, ...

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    Wife [W] and Husband [H] were married in 2004. They separated in 2013, then W petitioned for divorce. During the legal proceedings, W and H argued over ownership of a house in Brazil. W held title to ...

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    In California, spousal support is based on the need of one party to receive it, and the ability of the other party to pay it. Spousal support will not be based on the wrongdoings of one spouse against ...

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