Proposition 19 has passed. It will become effective either in February or April, 2021. The bottom line is that it prevents a child from claiming an exemption from real property tax reassessment upon the death of the parent. (“Parent” a...Read More
How Much Proof Do You Really Need?
Restraining orders! Can you win, or will you lose? Temporary Restraining Orders To get that very first TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER (TRO), the lowest burden of proof, REASONABLE PROOF, is required. This means that only your say so may be all that is r...Read More
Lane Splitting – Legal or Not?
Being an avid long distance biker (Alaska; cross-country numerous times; etc. etc. etc.) for many, many years, I have stayed on top of lane splitting legalities. At present, and I do mean the present, lane splitting in California is neither allowed ...Read More
Seek Work Orders for Unemployed Spouses/Partners
California law mandates that each divorcing spouse or partner become self sufficient within a reasonable time after divorce proceedings begin. If this does not occur, the other spouse or partner can request that the court issue a “seek work...Read More