Guidance counselor sues school over wife’s pregnancy

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Wednesday, November 22, 2017. Employees have undertaken civil litigation when their employers have penalized them over their pregnancies and other family matters. In an unusual case, however, a school guidance counselor filed a wrongful termination lawsuit earlier this month and claimed that his school district fired him because his…

Divorce has financial aftershocks

Divorce poses many problems that require consideration of finances and California’s family law. This is particularly true for older couples, especially those over 50-years old whose rate of divorce has doubled since the 1990s. One reality of marriage is, despite the long-standing advice of experts, that one spouse controls family finances. This can create difficulties…

What is a prenuptial agreement?

Engaged couples should consider the unpleasant and unromantic but prudent step of entering a contract before marriage that will govern property division and resolve other legal and financial issues if they ever divorce. California family law governs these prenuptial agreements. Prenuptial agreements govern how marital property and debts are divided if there is a divorce.…

Wrongful termination filed against NBC Universal

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in civil litigation on Thursday, November 9, 2017. Inappropriate touching, rude comments and other types of sexual harassment can lead to additional legal issues at the workplace such as wrongful termination. A former NBC Universal employee in Los Angeles filed a wrongful termination civil action in Sept. against her former employer and claimed…

How do prenups work in California?

On behalf of Mohajer Law Firm, APC posted in divorce on Monday, November 6, 2017. Discussions on prenuptial agreements are probably an unromantic and skeptical part of a couple’s engagement. However, these agreements can help avoid disputes if they ever divorce and even allow couples to learn about the value of their property. California law…