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- Criminal Law
- Family Law
- Domestic Violence
- Juvenile Law
- Free Consultation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Hinely Law
- - Current
- Law Office of Angeles S. Carrion
- Court Clerk
- North Las Vegas Municipal Court
- Certified Court Interpreter
- State of Nevada
- Computer Specialist
- United State Army
- CAL Northern School of Law
- J.D. (2015)
- Honors: Witkin Award for Academic Excellence-Business Assoc.
- Academic Excellence for Business Associations
- The State Bar of California
- State Certified Court Interpreter
- State Bar of Nevada
2 Questions Answered
- Q. Are my pension benefits community property or just the cash contributions made to my account (+ interest of course)
- A: Pension benefits, Calpers, 401k's etc. are typically divided based on the time rule. That is, the time beginning with date of marriage and ending on date of separation. Contributions made during the marriage plus growth are determined by the plan, once provided with the date of marriage/date of separation, and each party entitled to their respective 1/2.
- Q. Can a judge order health insurance to continue after divorce (on same plan)?
- A: The health insurance coverage under your spouse's plan would terminate once divorce is final. That coverage is governed by the insurance company. Typically, the insurance company will provide you with COBRA information once they are notified of final dissolution which allows you to choose to continue that type of coverage (you pay the monthly premium) or you can get your own private plan. As an alternative, you and your spouse may put forth a written agreement in your divorce proceedings that spouse will maintain insurance coverage for you, usually with some qualifiers, such as: length of time the coverage to continue, not to exceed monthly premium, etc. However, the actual insurance under your spouse's plan would terminate.
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