Most recently, spousal support has become a local debate in Huntington Beach. A localdivorcee is on a mission to end spousal support in California. A man named Steve Clark claims the $100,000 legal battle he experienced with his ex-wife over spousal should have been spent on his daughter’s education, not legal fees. Clark is currently spearheading a campaign to end spousal support in California. In an effort to advance the cause, Clark’s organization has drafted suggested legislation that changes California’s current spousal support statute to be nonexistent, except in cases of stay at home mothers, whose situations should be judged […]
On May 18 The National Review published an article called “Children Need Both Parents After Divorce”. It expresses the need for State lawmakers to pass child-custody reform laws and says that only two states are effectively encouraging family judges to order equal, or almost equal, parenting time in a divorce. It goes on to assert the negative impact on the physical and emotional health and well-being of the children who don’t have both parents actively involved in their lives and the negative impact on their parent’s mental health as well.
This article just further proves the point that we’ve been making, […]
What is CALSTRS? CALSTRS is short for California State Teachers Retirement System. This is the California entity that provides retirement, disability and survivor benefits for teachers and their families. Calstrs, as of 2013 had more than 1700 employers it handled pension funds for. This included school districts, community colleges, offices of education and regional occupational programs. Calstrs is on of the top 10 largest pension funds in the world with more than 800,000 members. Calstrs was formed in 1913 and has their head office located in Sacramento California.
What is a CALSTRS Pension/Retirement Division?
During the completion of a divorce property rights […]
What is CalPERS? CalPERS is the abbreviation for California Public Employees Retirement System. This is the California agency that manages and tracks the general trust fund for pension and health benefits for California public employees, retirees and their families (and former spouses of former employees). Members include workers in law enforcement, schools and some county and city jobs. As of 2013, within the State of California, there were over 1 million members of which over half of them were receiving monthly benefits.
What is a CalPERS Pension/Retirement Division?
During the completion of a divorce property rights are often determined. Pension/Retirement accounts are […]
One of our clients, Adam H. of South Riverside County, came to us in June 2014 for help to bring an end to his long and contentious divorce. Tired from the litigation, he and his wife didn’t want to waste any more money. Each party previously had attorneys on their case and had already fought in court to get orders on custody and visitation. On the initial visit our team gathered the relevant information and reviewed what was already filed at the court. He instructed us to complete the final divorce judgment as laid out by the courts form packages […]