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Penalties for Hiding Assets in a California Divorce

July 11, 2019 Posted in Family Law in Los Angeles

In a contentious divorce or a divorce in which one spouse has considerably more assets than the other, one spouse may attempt to hide assets in order to retain more of the marital estate for him or...

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California’s New Felony Murder Rule

July 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Last year, California passed a new law with regards to the concept of felony murder. Under California Senate Bill 1437, the new rules specifically designate when a person can be tried for felony...

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Child Custody and Relocation in California

June 11, 2019 Posted in Family Law in Los Angeles

After a divorce, it makes sense that sometimes a parent wishes to move away from the family’s hometown to start fresh. In other situations, a family health problem, job offer, or new relationship...

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Judge Dismisses Charges in Federal White Nationalist Case

June 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

A man from Redondo Beach has requested that his guilty plea be withdrawn and federal charges dismissed in a case involving a group of white nationalists accused of inciting brawls at political...

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Apple’s Former Head of Insider Trading Policy Arrested for Insider Trading

May 8, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

The former attorney for Apple, Inc. in charge of ensuring that employees did not participate in insider trading was arrested earlier this year on allegations of insider trading.

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How to Terminate Spousal Support in California

May 8, 2019 Posted in Family Law

Spousal Support is meant to provide financial assistance to the lesser earning spouse during and after divorce to help that person become financially independent and maintain a certain standard of...

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Celebrities Facing Jail Time for Federal Offenses

April 14, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are two of more than 50 people named in an expansive federal case involving college admission scams and other bribery charges.

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Types of Spousal Support Awarded in a California Divorce

April 14, 2019 Posted in Family Law in Los Angeles

Oftentimes in a California divorce, the spouse who earns more money may be required to pay the lesser-earning spouse Spousal Support during and after the divorce.

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DCFS Employee Sentenced in Child Pornography Case

March 11, 2019 Posted in Criminal Law in Los Angeles

An employee who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) was sentenced last week in connection with his plea of no contest to charges of possessing and...

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What is Community Property in California?

March 11, 2019 Posted in Family Law in Los Angeles

California is a community property state, but what does that exactly mean, and how does it affect the distribution of property in your California divorce?

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