It’s not uncommon for alimony (aka spousal support) negotiations to engender some heated emotions during a divorce, and those feelings may not be gone once the divorce is final. The act of paying or receiving a monthly alimony check can be an unpleasant reminder of...read more
Many couples in California are surprised to find out that when they file for divorce, there is a mandatory six month waiting period before their divorce can be finalized. There are no ways to legally shorten or circumvent this requirement, either. But why does this...read more
When a marriage is in trouble, one of the most common questions parents ask themselves is, “Should we stay together for the sake of the kids?” Often the reasoning that parents have for staying together, even if they’re unhappy, is the fear of what effects a divorce...read more
For a large portion of the American workforce, at-will employment by private companies is the only type of employment they’ll ever have. For an increasingly smaller number, however, they belong to a labor union. Unionized jobs were far more popular in decades gone by,...read more
Unlike in your home, your right to privacy at work is much more limited than you might expect. Private employers have fairly broad discretion over what they can monitor, and how they monitor it. Knowing what your privacy rights are in the workplace can help you avoid...read more
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