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As you know, where you have fluctuating income due to bonuses, commissions, and overtime, then the Ostler-Smith order applies. In Re Marriage of Ostler v. Smith (1990) 223 Cal. App. 3d. 33. You should have a letter from your employer that explains that this increase in pay is due to a raise and not one of the above. It should thereafter show up consistently on your paychecks.
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