There’s good news for Californian families.
A new law starts this July.
Its Senate Bill 83.
And it’s a new Californian law.
So it’s a new plan starting July 1, 2020.
And it’s to do with paid leave.
What’s more; workers gain two more paid leave weeks.
So, it’s going from six weeks to eight weeks.
Moreover, that’s two extra weeks to spend with family.
And in addition to this, some workers get more time.
Such as newly adopted kid’s parents.
Or those caring for sick family members.
And this is because of Gavin Newsom’s administration.
They are prioritising the affordability of having kids.
So Newsom revealed a $213 billion state budget.
And he did it in early 2019.
And the budget included tax credits for families with kids under six.
The budget also increased subsidised childcare.
And removed sales tax (for five years) for diapers and feminine hygiene items.
According to Newsom:
‘Nothing more important we can do than support parents.
So Newsom wants a team.
A team to create a plan.
And this plan is for six months of Californian leave by 2021-22.
How does Californian spousal support work?
-spousal support typically lasts half the length of the marriage (if it’s less than 10 years)
-however, the rules are different when it comes to longer marriages
-so, if the marriage is over 10 years, the court won’t dictate alimony time
Family is so important. So when it comes to family legal matters, get the best advice.
And look at the services on offer at www.vincentmillerlaw.com