Controversy Surrounds San Diego Mayoral Candidate Over Residency Issue

SAN DIEGO (AP) — A lawsuit has been filed against San Diego mayoral candidate Larry Turner, claiming that he is not a full-time resident of the city. This allegation has raised questions about his eligibility as a candidate in the upcoming election, according to court documents. Turner is one of six candidates running to unseat current Mayor Todd Gloria. However, none of his opponents have managed to gain significant campaign funds or attention. The primary election on March 5 will determine the candidate who will face Gloria in November. This lawsuit is not the first … Read more

The Ins and Outs of Divorce in California: Learn About Residency, Types of Divorce, Property Division, and More

LOS ANGELES, California — California, known as the pioneer of no-fault divorce, has specific requirements that couples must meet to initiate the divorce process. While there is no need to provide a reason for divorce, couples in Los Angeles must wait six months for the court to finalize the divorce. Additionally, certain residency requirements must be fulfilled before filing for divorce. One of the key prerequisites is that at least one spouse must have resided in California for six months and in the specific county of Los Angeles for three months. However, if a couple … Read more

Trump Launches Fiery Social Media Attack on Judge Deciding His NY Fraud Case, Puts Residency of His Empire at Stake

New York City, NY – Former President Donald Trump expressed his fury at Judge Arthur Engoron in a series of social media posts on Saturday. The judge is presiding over a New York civil fraud case that has the potential to bar Trump from conducting business in the state, where he established his real estate empire. Prior to the trial, Judge Engoron ruled in favor of the top claim brought by New York Attorney General Letitia James in the civil lawsuit. The judge found that Trump and his company had deceived banks, insurers, and others … Read more