If you're from California, you might have heard about this child custody case between an Olympian and his child's mother. This child custody case is a little unusual, because the mother moved to New York to seek an education while she was pregnant, but the case itself was first tried in California, where she had lived when she got pregnant with Olympian, Bode Miller.
November 2013 Archives
Orange County readers are likely familiar with the Hollywood actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. Though the couple split in November of 2011, their divorce was just recently finalized. Kutcher filed divorce paperwork in December of 2012 and since then, Moore has been seeking a common factor in many divorces: alimony. Allegedly, Moore was seeking $25 million as a lump sum form of spousal support, partially fueled by Kutcher's alleged infidelity. However, with Kutcher as one of television's highest paid actors, as well as the hand behind some tech startups and the face of a popular digital camera, the actor's net worth likely had a hand in the holdup as well.
Governor Jerry Brown made history earlier this month when he signed Senate Bill 274 into law, a piece of legislation that introduces a significant change in the legal landscape here in California as it relates to child custody and other important family law matters.