California Overtime Laws

All employees are entitled to overtime if they work more than 40 hours weekly or 8 hours in a day. Those who work more than 12 hours daily are owed double time. Double time is also available for employees who work seven consecutive days in a week with no day off. The rules are not applicable to caregivers who are required by law to work for 45 hours weekly or 9 hours daily to qualify for overtime. Overtime pay is only entitled to employees who are nonexempt. Read more

Alimony Laws in California

The State Laws in California, which relate to the alimony legislations affect the decisions of both spouses in a marriage. How the couple will deal with the case, the complexity and length of the case, and settlements can turn a simple divorce case into a very complicated legal battle with no end. These factors are the complex factors of all Californian divorce trials. Alimony is also another heated issue, especially when the higher earning spouse isn’t willing to pay for the maintenance. On the other hand, the low earning partner will want to get the alimony; such disagreement can result in years of court battles unless the two parties reach a compromise.

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