Spousal Support and Becoming Self Sufficient / Gavron Warning
At the Law office of David P Schwarz we are very experienced and devoted Orange County Spousal support attorneys who are willing to defend or fight for the spousal support rights of our clients. No matter what obstacles our clients face we will make sure the Orange County Family Law Court issues a spousal support order that favors our client. Please contact our office at 949 735 9266. We can also be contacted via the web or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation.
Often during a divorce in Orange County a party may find themselves in Court having to seek spousal support either temporarily or for a long term. The Court has the option to issue an order for spousal support. The initial spousal support order will often will be a temporary order issued by an Orange County Judge. An Orange County spousal support attorney will usually handle both the temporary spousal support order and the permanent one. The Orange County Court must determine what is “just and reasonable” under the circumstances of the marriage.
The Orange County Law office of David P Schwarz handles many spousal support cases where the judge often determines that the person receiving spousal support must make reasonable efforts toassist in providing for his or her own means of financial support needs. This is often called the “Gavron Warning.”
The Orange County Judge must analyze whether the party is is receiving spousal support is able to work and if so that they take measurable steps to assist in their own support under the Spousal support code. An Orange County spousal support lawyer will be fully equipped to make a strong argument against or in support of a party taking action to either support themselves or if they cannot that they received financial support for either a long term or a time that will assist them to get on their own.
An Orange County Spousal Support Lawyer will make a point to argue vigorously on behalf of their client that if theGavron Warning is given that sufficient notice of the spouse to attain employment work was issued properly by the Orange County Court. If there was date that the person receiving support had to attain employment then they will have the burden in Court to explain to the Orange County Court that an extension is needed in order to achieve self supporting status.
At the Orange County Law Office of David P. Schwarz we will make the Orange County Court aware that it is an abuse of discretion by the trial Court to not give adequate notice to the party receiving support. Please contact our Orange County Office at 949 735 9266 for a consultation regarding your rights to fight for the spousal support you deserve or to terminate a Orange County Spousal support order regarding a spouse who will not find work and thus is receiving too much spousal support. We can also be contacted via the web or via email at email@example.com.