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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Ding ding! LOL Luckily, employed and with good coverage in my own right with no plans to not be. Divorce when one spouse has quit during the marriage to support the employed spouse is some STICKY STUFF!
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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Got it. Thank you so much for your clarity! If the divorce decree stated the employed spouse needed to provide health insurance for the ex (who didn't work and was stay at home spouse) for X amount of time after COBRA ended or whatever was available through the employer, then I guess that is...
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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Yes I think not as a dependent, but in some fashion, even if it was COBRA, to continue being on the employed spouse's large-employer coverage (we are talking a large medical provider as the employer like Kaiser, Sutter, Dignity, etc). Even if the employed spouse is paying out of pocket for the...
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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Ok right. What I'm wondering is is it possible that an ex-spouse can be covered in this manner (after being divorced for over three years), or is it impossible to be so (based on CA or federal laws). Sounds like it is possible if the employer provides for this possibility.
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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Ok so large employers can make their own rules about what to do about ex-spouses being covered or not? It's not a state or federal law?
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    Large Employer-based Health Insurance rules in California

    Hi all. What is the rule in California for a person employed by a large company (in this case a large medical provider) who has employer based health insurance, and their covered spouse....when that couple divorces, what are the rules about coverage for the non-employed spouse? Is this a...
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    Ok it very clearly says that currently it is not a violation. Both articles state that. Do they not? Are they wrong?
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    those are quotes from the articles. the quote from just before where i pasted in the one from computer-realm states: The law, by far, is still unclear when it comes to streaming free movies online, or for visiting possibly illegal movie websites. When you stream a movie, your computer makes a...
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    I know if seems like we are arguing semantics and I guess that is what this is. The Computer-realm article says, quote: According to the legal assistance website, FindLaw, “Copyright Office contends there is no violation when ‘a reproduction manifests itself so fleetingly that it cannot be...
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    Then why in the article does it specify that it is not technically illegal? I think the specific case for streaming is because nothing is being downloaded or uploaded or shared.
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    I am speaking of the letter of the law for the viewer. Is it actually in fact illegal for a viewer to watch streaming unlicensed content if they are not profiting from it, holding a public performance, or downloading/torrent sharing? Even from the sites in other countries and such?
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    Here we are 2018. Illegal to stream? Technically...no. Correct?

    What is the name of your state? California I read both of the articles from the question posed here in 2016 (from Business INsider and Computer-realm.net) and from what I can see, technically by the letter of the current law, only viewing streamed content is not illegal. torrenting, yes...
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    will an eviction go on my record?

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? California Question.....my partner's name is on our condo lease, not mine. She was the breadwinner for our family and I was a stay at home mom. She has left since a few months and hasn't paid rent in two months even though she said she'd still...
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    detrimental reliance? crazy story

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? california My two best friends wonder if this would apply. I'm not sure this is the right forum but I don't know where else to ask it. Can one claim detrimental reliance from one partner faking a pregnancy and getting engaged and having the...
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    California same sex birth cert law (as of 1-1-16)

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? CALIFORNIA So, I cannot seem to be able to google the exact answer to this. For CA new birth cert for lgbt couples....my partner is carrying twins and they are due any day. NOT bio related to me. We are not yet legally married. Does CA require...
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