SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE
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INDIO 46-200 Oasis St., Indio, CA 92201
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RIVERSIDE 4175 Main St., Riverside, CA 92501
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JOINT STATEMENT OF DISPUTED AND UNDISPUTED FACTS (SPOUSAL SUPPORT)
MARITAL STANDARD OF LIVING.
UNDISPUTED. The parties agree that the marital standard of living was:
DISPUTED.
Petitioner describes the marital standard of living as:
Respondent describes the marital standard of living as:
(A) WHETHER THE EARNING CAPACITY OF EACH PARTY IS SUFFICIENT TO MAINTAIN THE MARITAL
STANDARD OF LIVING.
UNDISPUTED. The parties agree that the earning of each party is sufficient to maintain the marital standard of
living.
DISPUTED.
Petitioner describes petitioner’s earning capacity as $
for the following reasons:
Petitioner describes respondents earning capacity as $
for the following reasons:
Respondent describes petitioner’s earning capacity as $
for the following reasons:
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PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
CASE NUMBER:
Respondent describes respondent’s earning capacity as $
for the following reasons:
(A)
(1)
THE MARKETABLE SKILLS OF THE SUPPORTED PARTY; THE JOB MARKET; THE NEED FOR
TRAINING/RETRAINING.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the supported party’s marketable skills are:
The parties agree that the market for those skills is:
The parties agree that the supported party requires training/retraining as:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner describes the supported party’s marketable skills as:
The Petitioner describes the market for those skills as:
The Petitioner describes the supported party need for training/retraining as:
The Respondent describes the supported party’s marketable skills as:
The Respondent describes the market for those skills as:
The Respondent describes the supported party need for training/retraining as:
(A) (2) IMPAIRMENT OF EARNING CAPACITY BECAUSE OF DOMESTIC DUTIES.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the supported party’s earning capacity is impaired because:
The parties agree that the supported party’s earning capacity is not impaired because of the time devoted to
domestic duties.
DISPUTED
The Petitioner claims that supported party’s earning capacity is impaired because:
The Petitioner claims that supported party’s earning capacity is not impaired because of time devoted to domestic
duties.
The Respondent claims that supported party’s earning capacity is impaired because:
The Respondent claims that supported party’s earning capacity is not impaired because of time devoted to domestic
duties.
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(B)
THE SUPPORTED PARTY’S CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUPPORTING PART’YS EDUCATION, TRAINING,
CAREER POSITION OR LICENSE.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the supported party contributed to the supporting party’s education, training, career position,
or license by:
The parties agree that the supported party did not contribute to the supporting party’s education, training, career
position, or license.
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims that the supported party contributed to the supporting party’s education, training, career
position, or license by:
The Petitioner claims that the supported party did not contribute to the supporting party’s education, training, career
position, or license.
The Respondent claims that the supported party contributed to the supporting party’s education, training, career
position, or license by:
The Respondent claims that the supported party did not contribute to the supporting party’s education, training,
career position, or license.
(C)
THE SUPPORTING PARTY’S ABILITY TO PAY SUPPORT, CONSIDERING EARNING CAPACITY,
EARNED/UNEARNED INCOME, ASSETS, AND STANDARD OF LIVING.
UNDISPUTED.
The supporting party’s earning capacity was addressed above.
The parties agree supporting party’s unearned income is:
The parties agree supporting party’s assets are:
The parties agree supporting party’s current standard of living is:
DISPUTED.
The supporting party’s earning capacity was addressed above.
The Petitioner claims supporting party’s unearned income is:
The Petitioner claims supporting party’s assets are:
The Petitioner claims supporting party’s current standard of living is:
The Respondent claims supporting party’s unearned income is:
The Respondent claims supporting party’s assets are:
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The Respondent claims supporting party’s current standard of living is:
(D)
THE NEEDS OF EACH PARTY BASED ON THE STANDARD OF LIVING ESTABLISHED DURING THE
MARRIAGE.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree supporting party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
The parties agree supported party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims supporting party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
The Petitioner claims supported party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
The Respondent claims supporting party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
The Respondent claims supported party’s needs, based on the standard of living, are:
(E)
THE OBLIGATIONS AND ASSETS, INCLUDING THE SEPARATE PROPERTY, OF EACH PARTY.
UNDISPUTED.
The supporting party’s assets are addressed above.
The parties agree supporting party’s obligations are:
The parties agree supported party’s assets are:
The parties agree supported party’s obligations are:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims supporting party’s obligations are:
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PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
CASE NUMBER:
The Petitioner claims supported party’s assets are:
The Petitioner claims supported party’s obligations are:
The Respondent claims supporting party’s obligations are:
The Respondent claims supported party’s assets are:
The Respondent claims supported party’s obligations are:
(F)
THE DURATION OF THE MARRIAGE.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties were married for
years and
months.
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims parties were married for
years and
months.
The Respondent claims parties were married for
years and
months.
(G)
THE SUPPORTED PARTY’S ABILITY TO WORK WITHOUT DULY INTERFERING WITH THE INTERESTS OF
DEPENDENT CHILDREN.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the supporting party can work without unduly interfering with the interests of the dependent
children in her/his custody.
The parties agree that the supporting party cannot work without unduly interfering with the interests of the dependent
children in her/his custody because:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims that the supporting party can work without unduly interfering with the interests of the dependent
children in her/his custody.
The Petitioner claims that the supporting party cannot work without unduly interfering with the interests of the
dependent children in her/his custody because:
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The Respondent claims that the supporting party can work without unduly interfering with the interests of the dependent
children in her/his custody.
The Respondent claims that the supporting party cannot work without unduly interfering with the interests of the
dependent children in her/his custody because:
(H)
THE AGE AND HEALTH OF THE PARTIES.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree supported party is
years of age and is (description of health):
The parties agree supporting party is
years of age and is (description of health):
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims supported party is
years of age and is (description of health):
The Petitioner claims supporting party is
years of age and is (description of health):
The Respondent claims supported party is
years of age and is (description of health):
The Respondent claims supporting party is
years of age and is (description of health):
(I)
DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE OF ANY HISTORY OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 6211.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree there is no documented history of domestic violence between the parties.
The parties agree there is a documented history of domestic violence between the parties (description of domestic
violence):
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims there is no documented history of domestic violence between the parties.
The Petitioner claims there is a documented history of domestic violence between the parties (description of domestic
violence):
The Respondent claims there is no documented history of domestic violence between the parties.
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CASE NUMBER:
The Respondent claims there is a documented history of domestic violence between the parties (description of
domestic violence):
(J)
THE IMMEDIATE AND SPECIFIC TAX CONSEQUENCES TO EACH PARTY.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supported party are:
The parties agree that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supporting party are:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supported party are:
The Petitioner claims that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supporting party are:
The Respondent claims that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supported party are:
The Respondent claims that the immediate and specific tax consequences to supporting party are:
(K)
THE BALANCE OF THE HARDSHIPS TO EACH PARTY.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the balance of hardships is described as:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims that the balance of the hardships is described as:
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The Respondent claims that the balance of the hardships is described as:
(L)
THE GOAL THAT THE SUPPORTED PARTY SHALL BE SELF- SUPPORTING WITHIN A REASONABLE PERIOD
OF TIME (FAM. CODE § 4336).
SHORT-TERM MARRIAGE
UNDISPUTED
Because this is a short-term marriage, the parties agree that a reasonable time period to become self-supporting is
one-half the length of the marriage:
(duration).
The parties agree that the presumption has not been overcome.
The parties agree that the presumption has been overcome because:
and finds that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or reservation of
jurisdiction).
DISPUTED.
Because this is a short-term marriage, the Petitioner claims that a reasonable time period to become self-supporting is
one-half the length of the marriage:
(duration).
The Petitioner claims that the presumption has not been overcome.
The Petitioner claims that the presumption has been overcome because:
and finds that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or reservation of
jurisdiction).
Because this is a short-term marriage, the Respondent claims that a reasonable time period to become self-supporting
is one-half the length of the marriage:
(duration).
The Respondent claims that the presumption has not been overcome.
The Respondent claims that the presumption has been overcome because:
and finds that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or reservation of
jurisdiction).
LONG-TERM MARRIAGE
UNDISPUTED.
Because this is a long-term marriage, the parties agree that there is no presumptive time period to become self-
supporting.
The parties agree that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or reservation of
jurisdiction).
DISPUTED
Because this is a long-term marriage, the Petitioner claims that there is no presumptive time period to become self-
supporting.
The Petitioner claims that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or
reservation of jurisdiction).
Because this is a long-term marriage, the Respondent claims that there is no presumptive time period to become self-
supporting.
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PETITIONER:
RESPONDENT:
CASE NUMBER:
The Respondent claims that a reasonable period of time to become self-supporting is:
(duration or
reservation of jurisdiction).
(M)
THE CRIMINAL CONVICTION OF AN ABUSIVE SPOUSE (FAM. CODE §§ 4324.5, 4325)
UNDISPUTED
The parties agree that supported spouse does not have a criminal conviction for domestic violence.
The parties agree that supported spouse has
criminal conviction[s] for domestic violence (description of
charges):
DISPUTED
The Petitioner claims that supported spouse does not have a criminal conviction for domestic violence.
The Petitioner claims that supported spouse has
criminal conviction[s] for domestic violence (description of
charges):
The Respondent claims that supported spouse does not have a criminal conviction for domestic violence.
The Respondent claims that supported spouse has
criminal conviction[s] for domestic violence (description of
charges):
(N)
ANY OTHER FACTORS THE COURT DETERMINES ARE JUST AND EQUITABLE.
UNDISPUTED.
The parties agree that the court should consider the following factors:
DISPUTED.
The Petitioner claims that the court should consider the following factors:
The Respondent claims that the court should consider the following factors:
I (we) declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.
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CASE NUMBER:
Date:
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME OF PETITIONER OR PETITIONER’S ATTORNEY)
(SIGNATURE)
Date:
(TYPE OR PRINT NAME OF RESPONDENT OR RESPONDENT’S ATTORNEY)
(SIGNATURE)
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