The landscape of alimony laws in California has seen recent changes that could significantly impact divorce proceedings. Alimony, often termed spousal support, is a critical aspect of divorce that aims to preserve the financial stability of the lower-income spouse.
In the somber sphere of domestic violence, the impact on divorce proceedings in California is significant. Domestic violence, unfortunately, casts a long shadow that extends well beyond the immediate emotional and physical harm, affecting spousal support, child custody, and even the division of property.
Recent changes in California's family law have brought the welfare of children to the forefront. These alterations touch upon both child custody – the legal responsibility for a child's care – and child support – the financial obligation to provide for a child's needs.
Motorcycle accidents are a significant concern in the United States, with thousands of people losing their lives every year. In 2022 and 2023, there are expected to be new trends in motorcycle accidents, which will impact the legal landscape.
As we zoom along the roads of life, it's a sad reality that car accidents are an all-too-common occurrence. According to a study by News Trail, motor vehicle accidents are happening at an astounding rate worldwide
The road can be a dangerous place, and few incidents exemplify this more than accidents involving big rig trucks. These large, powerful vehicles are a vital part of our economy, transporting goods across the nation.
Dissolution of marriage can be an unpleasant experience, to say the least. It has been compared to the feelings of loss and guilt associated with the suffering of a death of a loved one.
In San Bernardino County, and throughout California, child support obligations must be divided amongst parents in a manner that aligns with income of both of the parties and the amount of overnight time a child spends with each of the parents. Simply put, a non-custodial parent, with a court order to pay child support, is required to contribute to a child’s well-being in proportion to that parent’s income and how much time that parent spends with the child.
When involved in an auto accident, most people are too shaken or dazed to do anything. The most important thing to do is to remain calm; check yourself and your passengers, if any, for injuries and always try to contact the police.
Stefan Robert Pancer of Pancer Law was recently asked to be a guest contributor on the Rundle Radio show. Stefan discussed bankruptcy law, the current laws regarding bankruptcy in California, and gave advice to those who are thinking of filing for bankruptcy.