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  • 29-Mar-2018

    What Should You Do If You Receive a Subpoena?

    Did you open your mailbox today and get surprised by a subpoena with your name on it? You need to respond to it, or else you could get into big legal trouble. Yet responding to it in the wrong way can also feasibly stick you in a tough legal spot. ...
  • 26-Jan-2018

    Expungements in California: Clear Your Record for a Better Tomorrow

    No one wants to walk around with a criminal history behind them, sticking out like an unwelcome shadow. Yet, for most people who have been convicted of a crime, this is an everyday reality. If they knew about expungements, though, the story might be ...
  • 19-Aug-2016

    What is the Difference Between a Felony and a Misdemeanor?

    In the state of California, criminal offenses are divided into two categories: misdemeanors and felonies. While many people are aware that a felony is more serious than a misdemeanor, their understanding of the differences between these types of ...
  • 10-Aug-2016

    "Who Gets the Dog?" - How Property Is Divided in Divorce

    For many divorcing couples, the number one priority is keeping what they believe should be rightfully theirs once the marriage is officially over. The sentiment is understandable; giving a prized possession to someone you are trying to put at a ...
  • 3-Aug-2016

    Do I Need Grounds for Divorce in California?

    California, like all states, has a set of rules that determines who can marry who. But does it have laws that control who can divorce who? For years, people needed to have solid legal ground before filing for divorce. Since this started to feel a bit ...
  • 13-Jul-2016

    What Does CA Consider a Significant Change in Circumstances After Divorce?

    Every divorce should be finalized in a way that doesn’t put anyone through undue hardships. The whole idea of equitable property division and parental rights is that everyone is treated well and fairly. But sometimes what works during and ...
  • 30-Jun-2016

    Legal Separation in California FAQ

    When your marriage is no longer benefiting you and instead brings you stress and worry, it may be time to bring it to an end. If an annulment is out of the question due to legal statutes and you are not entirely committed to the idea and permanence ...
  • 16-Feb-2016

    Differences Between Burglary and Robbery in the Eyes of the Law

    Robbery and burglary might be synonymous according to the Oxford dictionary, but the legal definitions of these two theft crimes are quite different. In fact, burglary is not even a theft crime in all circumstances. Burglary can be defined as ...