An Orange County employment attorney can provide representation to employers in order to help companies ensure they comply with all labor laws. This is vitally important so employers can avoid lawsuits and damage to their reputation if they are sued for violating employee protection laws. Employment attorneys can also provide representation to workers who are [ ] The post What if An Employer Does Not Pay for All Time Worked? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
An Orange County child support attorney provides assistance in understanding your support obligations. If you are a parent and your parental rights aren t terminated, you may have to pay child support if you are not raising your children. You will have to pay this support to your ex for your children regardless of whether you [ ] The post Why Do You Have to Pay Support if You Don t See Your Kids? appeared first on Brown & Charbonneau, LLP.
The end of a marriage can have very significant financial ramifications for the spouses. As you move forward towards dissolving your marriage, you need to make sure you understand California laws and that you do everything possible to protect your financial security in the future. One of the biggest questions that arises when a marriage ends is whether you have to pay alimony in a divorce. The answer to this question is going to vary based upon many different factors. An Irvine, CA divorce attorney at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can help you to determine if you have to pay alimony in a divorce and can work hard to assist you in minimizing your payments and maximizing your share of the divorce settlement. Contact us today to learn more. Do I Have to Pay Alimony in a Divorce? The first important consideration which will determine whether you have to pay alimony in a divorce is whether you have a prenuptial or post-marital agreement in place. If you and your spouse have signed a contract