I am currently an RMO for a GC company. I intend to file a Disassociation Notice soon. Once I do that I know that they have 90 days with the state of California. Are they required to pay me during those 90 days that they have?
1 Answer from Attorneys
No. The disassociation should be made effective the day you stop being the RMO. The 90-days is not 90-days of you remaining the RMO. It is a 90-day grace period to find another RMO starting with the day you stop being RMO.