Pamela Nudelman Describes Silicon Valley Divorce
Pam Nudelman was just getting warmed up to expose Silicon Valley's divorce secrets when Supervisor Joe Simitian began working overtime to cut Pam off during her Public Comment period at the monthly supervisor meeting.
A nerve has clearly been hit as the lawyers and county officials who worked so hard to bring the 49ers and Oakland A's to San Jose, have suddenly found themselves facing the music for what they have done to women, men and children in Santa Clara County divorce cases over the past 20 years.
Fueled in part by the #METOO movement, and driven by injustice, Pam is determined to tell her story. Her hope is to help other women, even if her Public Comments are cut off by government lawyers hoping to shut her up.
After mainstream media ignored her, and Santa Clara County's appointed and elected officials dismissed her, Ms. Nudelman pressed on hoping to explain how she suffered during and after her divorce to a former prosecutor with the Santa Clara County district Attorney's Office. During a long term marriage Pam supported her husband and children, even when Alan Nudelman was charged with burglary, a charge he pled down and that the State Bar never was interested in addressing. (See LA Times News Article- Alan Nudelman.)
After Alan Nudelman beat down his wife with the help of divorce attorney Bradford Baugh in a painful divorce, Alan went on to work as legal counsel for the Oakland A's where he and Alan Ruby worked to bring the A's to San Jose, as had been done previously when Santa Clara lured the NFL's 49ers to Santa Clara.
Additionally, Nudelman went on to make money as a criminal clean up lawyer for the county, his criminal record that was discharged with community service a the Los Gatos library not withstanding. Nudelman never had to pay his wife from a long term marriage any spousal support, as attorney Bradford Baugh assures in all his male client's cases.
For over 16 years, Ms. Nudelman alleges she suffered most at the hands of private and government attorneys used in her divorce and paid handsomely by her former husband Alan Nudelman. The army of attorneys paid in the Nudelman divorce included Bradford Baugh, Nat Hales, James Cox, Rebekah Frye, Joseph Johnson, Margret Patrick, Craig Silman and others who hijacked her community property and failed to protect a wife as they pandered to her politically connected husband. Experts like Tim Harper and James Butera were retained by Baugh to rig reports and assure Pam was denied support and her share of community property. A scheme Mr. Baugh tells all clients he intends to employe in highly litigated divorce cases.
Not surprisingly Brad Baugh currently represents Kari Wolff, a Los Gatos School teacher who is the daughter of the Lew Wolff, owner of the Oakland A's . A payback Nudelman assured for Baugh beyond what was paid in the divorce.
During a Santa Clara County Family Court proceeding in Wolff v. Rossi, Baugh pressed on before Judge Pegg, with corrupt CPA James Butera, insisting that Ms. Wolff should not have to pay her former lawyer husband more in child support, despite being worth over $1.6 billion dollars. As billionaire school teacher Kari Wolff tried to slip out of making sure her own son was properly supported in a manner she could easily afford, Mr. Baugh;s criminal Divorce Mob, which included Jim Hoover and countless so -called experts, kept the counter running at over $3000/hour in a hearing Judge Pegg cut short for personal reasons. Seems everyone in Santa Clara pays attention to lawyer bills, and not kids.
Such claims are common for Mr Baugh in Santa Clara County courts, and Ms. Wolff's former husband. Mr. Rossi, is connected to the firm that hired Jim Towery , after Towery was fired by the State Bar for using his office to protect dirty lawyers and his own wife DDA Sinunu Towery, who was the prosecutor failing to protect women who were beaten, murdered, raped, and sexually assaulted by 49ers players after the team won a Super bowl and moved to Santa Clara. (Joe Montana and Steve Young are reportedly horrified).
After enduring a nearly five year divorce, and on her 60th birthday, Pam got word that she won a $3,000,000 plus judgement against Joseph Johnson. The judgement granted by Judge Cain showed that lawyers Pam did hire during her divorce were not effective counsel when dealing with the Antitrust activity of Bradford Baugh and his goons. Pam will likely never collect on the judgement, as Johnson has filed for bankruptcy, as he appears to no longer benefit from Baugh's criminal enterprise.
The State Bar did nothing about any of these unscrupulous bottom-feeding-shark lawyers, despite multiple complaints Pam, and others, made against Baugh and Nudelman during this time. Including complaints of sexual harassment of clients in family law and criminal cases who are especially vulnerable. .
Many of the same lawyers in Pam's case are the subject of Antitrust complaints currently being investigated by the State Bar. These complaints show Silicon Valley divorce lawyers engaged in Unfair Business Practices that deprived mostly women and the elderly of honest legal services during their divorce proceedings.
Pam's judgement against her former attorney came as James Towery, local lawyer turned corrupt family law judge, acted as the Chief Trial Counsel for the State Bar, where Towery reportedly protected the worst lawyers, including Pam's former husband and Towery's wife, both governmental lawyers employed with the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office.
The Towerys are suspected of rigging hearings and protecting lawyers in both Santa Clara County's criminal and family law courts, as part of their retirement plan. Paradise Papers show the Towerys along with Silicon Valley lawyers have been moving assets to Costa Rica, assets which were stolen from Santa Clara County residents during Silicon Valley divorces.
Like thousands of other women in Silicon Valley, family courts failed Pam Nudelman. During her divorce she was forced from her home, driven from her children and threatened with financial ruin, that required her to sleep in a warehouse in affluent Silicon Valley as her husband was nice and comfortable in the family's $4,000,000 Los Gatos home, which neighbored Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, Inc.
Pam repeatedly tried to voice her struggles to be free from her husband's verbal, emotional, financial and physical abuse, but she was repeatedly ignored and dismissed after lawyers part of a criminal enterprise called Pam "crazy", "unstable" and "not credible". Nobody helped Pam and the Los Gatos Police even appeared to assist Bradford Baugh and Alan Nudelman in an effort to make false domestic violence claims to discredit Pam completely in the county's courts.
False claims and misconduct by the Los Gatos police, and other Santa Clara County law enforcement agencies are part of the culture that fuels Mr. Baugh and his criminal enterprise. A recent complaint was filed by a father whose ex used Santa Clara County Sheriff Deputy Plett to lodge criminal charges of child abuse to win in a custody case. The county could have to pay millions, just as the city of San Jose had to pay nearly $7,000,000 for an officer who used excessive force on a woman and then walked over her broken body, calling her a "liar" .
Pam knows where the bodies are buried in the District Attorney's Office, and in the Los Gatos police department. where a few bad apples suck at the teat of tax payers and where a powerful monopoly is anxious to silence her, even 15 years later. Pam has complained to county officials that she has had vehicles tampered with, bullet holes shot in her car, and that she fears for her life, yet county managers have done nothing to protect Pam, nor to investigate over the county's BLUE WALL., that protects the state's most corrupt judges and lawyers.
Despite death threats, PTSD and sadness from being driven from her own children. Pam is determined to tell her story, speaking out to protect other women, and with no thought of possible financial gain.
Agents for Pam are attempting to have her story told in a Netflix series. The series would expose Santa Clara County's family and criminal courts for what they have done to women over the past 25 years as Silicon Valley rose to be one of the most affluent and influential places in the world. A place where Pam Nudelman has kept all the records, license plate numbers, and the receipts.