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- Ventura College of Law
- J.D. (1999) | Moot Court
- Honors: Deanï¿½s Award, 1995-1996; Highest Cumulative GPA 1995 - 1996; Corpus Juris Secondum Award - Torts; President, Student Bar Association 1997-1998
- Ventura County Family Law Bar Association
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- California State Bar  # 214125
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2 Questions Answered
- Q. We filed for and were granted a divorce. Both parties would now like to amend some terms of the MSA. How do we start?
- A: Make a list of each issue you want to modify and how you want to change it. You can prepare a Stipulation with the modifications made, have both parties sign it and then submit it to the court for an order. It is wise to have an attorney review the changes first to o make sure neither one of you overlooked some important issue, and also to put the document in the the proper legal format.
- Q. I'm paying alimony to my ex-wife. Just found out she remarried 8 months ago. What can I do?
- A: Typically remarriage by the supported spouse is an occurrence that terminates support. If that provision is in your Judgment you do not need to file anything with the court to stop paying. You can discontinue the payments. Carefully review the order before you do anything.
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