Posts from February 2020.
Can A Receiver Legally Divert Mail?

Q:  A bank obtained a judgment against me, as a result of a failed business venture. While I have a house, there is no equity above my homestead exemption. I’ve little else, although the bank’s attorney has repeatedly accused me of hiding assets and having interests in businesses and assets owned by my brother and uncle. The bank’s attorney was able to convince a judge to appoint a receiver “in aid of execution” to help the bank collect its judgment. I just found out the receiver has diverted all the mail that is delivered to my house, including not only mail addressed to me, but also ...

New Law Requires that California Employers Provide Two Different Notices of Any Deadline to Withdraw Funds from A Flexible Spending Account

Effective January 1, 2020, Assembly Bill 1554 requires that California employers notify employees who participate in a flexible spending account, including a dependent care flexible spending account, a health flexible spending account or adoption assistance flexible spending account, of any deadline to withdraw funds before the end of the plan year. More specifically, the law requires that two different forms of notices be delivered, one of which may be electronic. The forms of notice may include, but are not limited to the following: email, telephone, text message, postal mail ...


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