California  |  Family Law

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Asked on: 9/05/13, 1:38 pm

My boyfriend was previously married for 16 years and now divorced (in CA.) His exwife is paid spousal support which he can barely afford. There are no children involved and she simply refuses to work fulltime (she currently works 12-20 hours weekly and has proven job skills, having been gainfully employed earlier in their marriage.) His attorney issued a Gavron Warning, but the judge has not set a date by which she must comply. How can we enforce the Gavron Warning and get the alimony reduced and/or stopped altogether at some point, and will that cost us more attorney's fees or court filing fees? Lastly, if he and I get married, can she pursue my income also?

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