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Vocational Evaluation

A vocational evaluation is the process used to assess a person’s current or future employability and wage earning capacity in California family law matters. The evaluation is a neutral process that describes the person’s relationship to the work world. Often a career plan is one result of the evaluation, worked out in cooperation with the person who is being evaluated.

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Employment Plan

A Written Employment Plan is designed for an individual in a mediated, collaborative or litigated family law case who wants to create a job or career goal and a plan to achieve it. All parties and/or counsel for each party (or mediator) should agree that career planning is appropriate for the case and relevant to the individual's circumstances.

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Career Counseling

For people who want to:

  • Re-enter the job market after an absence
  • Focus on the next career move
  • Find more success in their current position
  • Move through a difficult transition such as divorce, layoff or health issue
  • Reinvigorate a stalled job search or structure a new one
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A Brief Explanation Of
Vocational Evaluation Services

Vocational Evaluation Services in California Family Law cases provide specialized information about a person’s employability and wage earning capacity to attorneys, the parties and the courts to help the parties reach a settlement agreement about support. Vocational evaluators use their expertise and training to assess a person’s reasonable career options, future earnings, training resources, costs and duration, and job search steps to obtain employment. ...

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How Vocational Evaluations
Can Help Settle Divorce Cases

Example of Dispute over Earnings for a Spouse Returning to Work After an Absence

If a spouse has been out of the work force for a period of time, a Vocational Evaluation can help both parties understand a person’s realistic employment prospects and earnings in the current job market.