My question involves a marriage in the state of: California
If an small family S Corp set up manage a piece of property and having with 3 officers. President, Secretary and Assistant Secretary/Treasurer. President and Assistant Secretary/Treasurer were married and now in process of divorce. There are 2 stockholders, each have an equal 1/3 share. 2 of the stockholders are corporate officers (President and Secretary) and the other officer (Assistant Secretary/treasurer) has no interest other than corporate officer with no voting rights. Yearly Corporate minutes were done, a quorum (majority) was present (President and Secretary) and it was voted that the Assistant Secretary/Treasurer be removed and that the President be elected to the secondary office of Secretary. The Corp Minutes were herd January 15 and the Assistant Secretary/Treasurer filed for divorce from the President on January 20. The Assistant Secretary/Treasurer was not notified of the meeting as there was no communication between the parties involved. The question is, is it legal to have removed the Assistant Secretary/Treasurer? If not, what would have made this legal?