In a monumental ruling, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Richard Fruin ordered V. Stiviano (Donald’s alleged mistress) to return over 2.6 million worth of gifts back to the Sterling Family Trust.
This is an incredible ruling – it sets a precedent that a financially-injured spouse can recover against a MISTRESS in civil court for damages resulting from these wasted funds and “gifts”. Previously, you can only sue your spouse in family court for breach of fidiciuary duties- now you can go directly against the MISTRESS in civil court!
Technology Tuesday. What better day to discuss an increasing phenomenon called Cyberstalking? Restraining orders used to conjure up images of battered women with black-eyes, and bruised lips, quivering in the corner, forbidden from leaving. While this still does happen (unfortunately), the world has changed and what’s more common these days in Family Law cases is “cyber” or “technostalking”, which is abuse in any of the following forms:
– Sending unwanted texts/emails;
– Hacking into someone’s emails;
“Khloe likely received a notice from the court, which states unless something is done to further her case, it will be dismissed. Since the divorce was never finalized, once the case is dismissed, they will need to refile for divorce to start the process again. In the meantime, they will remain married,” Kelly Chang Rickert, Certified Family Law Specialist tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“California is a Community Property state,” Kelly Chang Rickert, Certified Family Law Specialist tells HollywoodLife.com.”Unless you have a prenup that states otherwise, Everything acquired during marriage, before date of separation, is community, and in a divorce, shall be divided 50-50,”
Kelly goes on to explain even further: “Here, Kris and Bruce divided up their property, including bank accounts, brokerage accounts, vehicles, sky miles, houses, tax refunds, etc. It looks like after the division, Kris got MORE in community assets than Bruce.