How The Marital Estate Gets An Interest In a Spouse’s Business

hl-admin Blog, Community property, Property division 0 Comments

Jay founded Alacer in 1972.  He married Ymelda in 1988.  Jay transferred all of his Alacer stock into a trust in 2000.  The parties started their divorce in 2001.  Jay died in 2003.  The case has been working its way throught the courts for ten years, and includes many related actions.  Eventually the trustees of the trust were brought into …

HardingLaw’s New Website Launches

hl-admin Blog 0 Comments

Harding & Associates Family Law announces the launch of its redesigned website. Working in conjunction with Connective Web Design the new site features an improved interface, and more content to help our clients and the legal consumer public.

Steal the husband. Try to kill the wife. Try to steal the wife’s money.

hl-admin Blog 0 Comments

Oh the crazy things people do… Let’s work through this in slow and orderly fashion. Charlene and James get married. Charlene and James break up. Charlene files for divorce. James starts dating Pamela (perhaps this started before the divorce was filed?). James and Pamela try to kill Charlene James and Pamela go to jail. Pamela sues James for the $224,177.61 …

Research Paper on Jewish Marriage Annulment

hl-admin Blog 0 Comments

“From early classic commentators to modern Jewish Law scholars, the character of marriage annulment in Jewish Law has been much debated. These debates revolve around the appropriate reading of Talmudic sources. Nevertheless, textual analysis of the main passages reveals support for almost all the competing opinions.” Written by Avishalom Westreich, Academic Center of Law and Business – Ramat Gan Law …

Update on California’s Proposition 8 Same Sex Marriage Litigation

hl-admin Blog 0 Comments

Columnists, and UC Davis law professors, Vikram Amar and Alan Brownstein have written a great article on the latest happenings in the Prop 8/Same Sex Marriage litigation. The article summarizes the recent ruling by the California Supreme Court, and suggests that the California ruling paves the way for the case to head toward the U.S. Supreme Court. The California Supreme …