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CHILD SUPPORT

Child support orders in California are based on formulas which take into consideration each parents’ percentage of time with the child(ren), each party’s income and tax filing status, as well as other factors which affect each party’s income available for support. A company known as CFLR (California Family Law Report, Inc.) has created a computer program used by the courts to determine the child support guideline. This program is known as Dissomaster©.

If you would like a copy of a Dissomaster printout showing the guideline amount of child support in your case, please fill out the information below. Your credit card will be billed $25.00 and a copy of your Dissomaster report will be sent to you in the manner you choose below by the next business day.

The courts will also use Dissomaster© to determine the appropriate amount of temporary spousal support, when an order for temporary spousal support is appropriate. If you would like a copy of a Dissomaster© printout showing the guideline amount of temporary spousal support in your case, please fill out the information below. Your credit card will be billed $25.00 and a copy of your Dissomaster© report will be sent to you in the manner you choose below by the next business day.

Please be aware that guidelines for child support and temporary spousal support are just that, “guidelines.” It is possible, based on circumstances, for a court to deviate from the guidelines by ordering a greater or lesser amount of support. To discuss this matter more thoroughly and determine if your case is one in which a deviation from guidelines might be appropriate, please contact us.

The materials contained in this web site have been prepared by the Law Offices of William P. Glavin for informational purposes only. The information contained is general in nature, and may not apply to particular factual or legal circumstances. In any event, the materials do not constitute legal advice or opinions and should not be relied upon as such. Transmission of the information on this web site is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Internet subscribers and online readers should not act upon any information on this web site without seeking professional counsel.