Fraud, in its most general definition, refers to an act of dishonesty or deceit in an effort to achieve a personal or monetary gain. Typically, it is done to gain something of value, such as property or money. With the ease and accessibility of today's technology, and more and more financial transactions taking place online, it is becoming increasingly common in Los Angeles to see fraud carried out in the digital world.
Many Americans, especially those from Los Angeles, California, know that many marriages end up in divorce. Follow the news, and you'll see that it is common throughout the country, especially for celebrities, many of whom have substantial assets.
If you're the noncustodial parent of a child, California courts will require you to contribute money in the form of monthly payments to help care for your child. The amount of these child support payments will vary depending on you and your ex's financial situations.
While going through a divorce with children involved from the marriage, many of the decisions made by the California courts will be made by one standard: "protecting the best interests of the children." So what is meant by this, and how do the courts take this consideration and apply it to their decisions regarding child custody and child support?
A whistleblower is an employee who reports misconduct within a company. It would seem only natural that an employee who is with a company and is making reports which make the company's executives look bad would not last long at that company. But, in an effort to shed light on potentially illegal or wrongful doings, there are specific whistleblower protections in place in California and throughout the country. These help protect employees against retaliation from their employers.