July JLG Newsletter

We’ve MOVED! Effective Monday, June 26, 2017, the Jaurigue Law Group relocated its Glendale office to 300 West Glenoaks Boulevard, Suite 300, Glendale, California 91202. Our phone numbers, facsimile number, website, and email addresses remain the same.
 
Moving can be tough, but the JLG Team was up for the challenge. We were able to become fully operational in a beautiful, newly renovated space in a matter of less than 48 hours. If you’ve ever moved, especially an office, you know how difficult the logistics of moving can be. But, as with the issues our clients face—whether in court, in a business deal, or with the opposing side—we spotted all of the potential issues ahead of time, planned out our strategy, implemented our plan, and worked hard for a successful outcome.
 
We hope you will get an opportunity to visit our new office soon. Feel free to call us to set up an appointment
 
Thank you,
 
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Abigail Zelenski

 


 

Ostler-Smith Support Orders

California has a guideline formula to determine child support and spousal support in divorce cases found in California Family Code section 4055.
 
When a parent/spouse has fluctuating income due to bonuses, commissions, and overtime, many Courts elect to use the Ostler-Smith bonus order based on the case, In Re Marriage of Ostler v. Smith, 223 Cal.App.3d 33 (1990). The parties have one support order which contains a floor amount that the payor will always earn and a separate order that governs the amount of support taken out of bonuses, commissions, and overtime.
 


The Porsche Experience

Father’s Day Porsche Experience for 2 hardworking dads – Mike Jaurigue and Steve Hall
 


Employee Records Requests

DID YOU KNOW that California employees are entitled to copies of their employment records?
 
Pursuant to California Labor Code section 1198.5, an employer must maintain employee personnel files for a period of not less than three years after termination of employment. The employer must respond to an employee’s written request for his/her personnel file within 30 days. Pursuant to California Labor Code section 226, an employee is entitled to copies of records containing the information on his/her wage statements. Employers are required to respond to employee’s written or oral request for wage-statement information within 21 days of the request.
 
If you have any issues obtaining this information from your employer, please feel free to schedule a complimentary initial consultation with an attorney at JLG.
 


Adobo Night


Abigail and Zoe Zelenski at the June 23, 2017,
PABA Adobo Night,
hosted by C. Joe Sayas at his beautiful home

 


Bankruptcy Recent News

Judge Christopher Klein in the Eastern District of California recently awarded over $1 million in compensatory damages, plus $5 million in punitive damages to two chapter 13 debtors.
 
The bankruptcy court entered judgment against Bank of America for foreclosure and related actions taken in violation of the debtors’ automatic stay protections under bankruptcy law. The court further ordered Bank of America to pay $40 million in additional punitive damages to two consumer organizations and five law schools.
 


Happy 4th of July!


The Zelenski family celebrating Independence Day in Santa Barbara
 

July 4th at Bob and Janice Hall’s beach house