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"samir salama" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"samir salama" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"I'm an attorney and the managing partner at the law firm, Wasser Cooperman and Mantles, and one of the things I enjoy about the practice of family law is the opportunity to learn so much about so many always been a bit of a Dilettante and because of the nature. Nature of the attorney client relationship, we are given a window into the psyche and the soul of our clients, which is way more intimate and informative than you would immediately imagine truth is often more fascinating than fiction. Wouldn't you say, yes, which brings us to the news stories you shared with me this weekend I, there's what's happening in China. As of January, first twenty, twenty, one perspective divorcees. We'll be required to wait for thirty days after filing for divorce to proceed with the dissolution of their marriages. What do you think about I? Think it's so interesting. Interesting, because remember when covert started and China had been ahead of us and everybody was reporting about the big spike in Chinese divorces and everybody is interviewing me and when I was speaking saying, do you think the quarantine and safer at home is going to make there be a spike in divorce in the United States and I have mixed feelings about that because I think in some instances, people will probably get stronger and work through things in their relationship. But I did say China must have a totally different way of being able to file for. For divorce because so many people rushing in at the same time sounds off. So that is why I think that they are making this waiting period of cooling off period like we have in California, you can file and California but you have to wait six months to actually be divorced. So I think they're doing to cut down on what the glut must have been in China, but also because so many of those people have read went back and got married after a couple of months so crazy. Yeah. It's so crazy somebody wrote on a message board. Board regarding the article, this regulation actually adds obstacles to divorce. It enables the party who does not want to divorce usually men to have more time to harass the other party. It's not helpful in protecting women's rights. This user wrote. So I wonder about that side of it because I do think that if you're in a relationship particularly a marriage and you've come out of quarantine and as we've discussed before if there is a propensity of domestic violence, for example, you should be able to get divorced and apparently this thirty day cooling period in China. China does not stop dissolution if there is domestic violence, but I will say that one if there is domestic violence, you can file sooner. That's was in the article. The other thing is this being divorced or not is not a factor as to whether you can get the shit beat out of you. I mean, again, one is more of it. Administerial issue. If you can go in file for divorce, whatever you may have to leave the home move out separate, that's a different question than whether or not you can be divorced and I know that in. In different countries and different cultures. It's not as easy as it is here in America to find somewhere else to be or to get safe. I am just saying be able to Russia and get divorced on day one as opposed to a thirty day waiting period for the administration or whatever magistrate is getting done. Those are two very different things. Got It. Well, moving onto another part of the world. Divorces are up thirty percent in Saudi Arabia as women find out husbands, married others in secret. Interesting. So this is from Gulf News and Samir Salama. That law offices in Abu Dhabi recorded an increase in requests for divorced Kula and annulment of marriage of about thirty percent during the coronavirus crisis among them doctor who discovered her husband was secretly married to another I. Hate it when that surprise, right? Oh. My goodness, other places with cooling off periods include England, and Wales where there is a mandatory cooling-off period of six weeks and then France, it has fifteen days here in California. It's six months and in New York for an uncontested divorce, the marriage must be over for at least six months and all economic issues including debt, how the marital property will be divided in custody and support supported. The children have been settled. I think it might be more than six weeks in England and Wales I. Think it might be six months if it's a no fault divorce. That's why painful to try to improve fault. I, just read an article this morning saying that they want the UK wanted to do it more like they do it in France? Because you don't have to wait so long and you don't have to construct issues to have it be fault. You can just actually get divorced, but I be wrong call in right in and let us know. Yeah. My information comes straight from China. So how reliable they are. Ouch. No matter where you are whether you hired a lawyer or you're keeping the power in your own hands by using an online service like it's over easy to navigate your divorce. The rarity is the sudden epiphany or single turning point showing you with dramatic clarity that your marriage is over. Although that does happen. Most relationships have are on a precipice for years before one party or the other finally decided, it's time to jump and coming to the decision is not easy it. It takes courage for many. Their next chapter life after divorce is more fulfilling than they could have ever imagined. But getting there is scary joining us today as one such person, the end of her marriage, she says, open the door for her to become one of billboard. Magazine's top performing jazz recording artists, her critically acclaimed album. Find your wings debuted at number one on the I tunes. Jazz. Charts top twenty, five, all billboard jazz, and top thirteen in billboard traditional jazz..

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"samir salama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"samir salama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google and amazon are leading the way down npr's jim zarroli explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce especially technology is the backbone of all those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this has made tex stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for exam sample apple was up twenty nine percent jolie neiman an analyst at smith more in company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx stocks have been the dominant area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these stocks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge analytica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about.

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"samir salama" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"samir salama" Discussed on KPCC

"Same sex couples that's npr's hansie long ozzy thank you thank you already all right today was the last trading day of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce basically technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tex stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx stocks have been deed dominated area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these stocks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge analytica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about.

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"samir salama" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"samir salama" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google and amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce visually technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tex stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx stocks have been the dominant area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these stocks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge politica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about the tech sector as a whole again julie nieman the market has.

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"samir salama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"samir salama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Same sex couples that's npr's hansie lolong hansie thank you thank you already all right today was the last trading day of the month us markets are closed for good friday stock prices were up today after two days of losses and the month as a whole was pretty bruising for the first time in years technology companies like facebook google amazon are leading the way down npr's gyms rolly explains why ever since the great recession the us economy has been growing at a pace that can usually be described as tepid samir salama of wells fargo investment institute says the one big area of promise has been technology companies if you think about social media if you think about ecommerce facially technology is the backbone of all of those different things and for those corporations is driven incredible profit growth and this is made tech stocks such as apple amazon facebook and google soar over the year ending on march fifth for example apple was up twenty nine percent julie neiman an analyst at smith more and company says even when other stocks have underperformed the love affair between wall street and tech stocks never waned otx talks have been de dominant area this is one thing that consumers have investors have jumped all over simply because they can understand them they love these socks they loved them that is until about two months ago neiman says there's no single reason for what's happened each company has had its distinct set of problems apple faces questions about its growth how long will people keep buying bigger and better iphones amazon is being attacked in tweets by president trump tesla is facing production issues and then there's facebook this morning facebook under fire the pressure intensifying in the wake of that cambridge analytica privacy scandal affecting up to fifty million users the uproar over facebook's breach of user data is generating calls for strict government regulation of the social media giant since the beginning of february facebook shares are down by twenty percent taken together these problems have raised questions about.

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