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Old May 05, 2019, 01:29 AM
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Propios gastos mediatos como inmediatos

I have a dissolution of Divorce here and the plaintiff is submitting his proposal for agreement: how do I translate:
Asimismo es importante señalar que el demandado como la suscrita sufragamos "nuestros propios gastos mediatos como inmediatos" ya que los dos trabajamos y tenemos nuestros propios ingresos.

nuestros propios gastos mediatos como inmediatos.

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Old May 05, 2019, 06:45 AM
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I don't know the exact terms in English, but gastos inmediatos are everyday expenses, direct expenses, out-of-pocket expenses, what you need to feed yourself and your dependants, to take the bus, to put gas in your car's tank; while gastos mediatos are indirect expenses or all the expenses you must incur to keep a roof over your head, the lights on, to repair your broken car or your leaking roof, to have health insurance, etc.

Money to pay for the laundry-o-mat is gasto inmediato. Money to pay for new clothes is gasto mediato.

That should suffice to let you find the proper terms in English, or even in Legalese.
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Thank You sooo Much. You are awesome my friend. Wish I could have you next to me to finish this. Have a Blessed day aleCcowaN !
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Old May 08, 2019, 10:00 AM
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So how did you end up translating the two terms? I'm always interested in hearing what options there are.
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