/Rachel King

Protect Your Pup with a Pet Prenup

2019-06-25T08:30:13+00:00 June 25th, 2019|California Law, Custody, Divorce, Family Law|

A prenup for a pet? Why? Because you love your pet. We know you do. Whether it be a dog, a cat or even a horse, they aren’t just a piece of property you have to walk and feed. They bring joy, comfort and friendship; the deep bond you form with your pet makes them [...]

2019 American Business Award® Winners!

2019-05-29T11:22:16+00:00 May 29th, 2019|Awards, Business, King Law Firm News, Lawyer|

I am very pleased to announce that King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. and I are both recipients of a Gold Stevie® Award from the American Business Awards®. My firm received the top honor in the Small Legal Company of the Year category while I won for Legal Entrepreneur of the Year. Getting to [...]

Achieving a Diplomatic Divorce

2019-04-30T08:38:12+00:00 April 30th, 2019|Divorce, Family Law|

You probably already know this, but divorce is never easy. Despite what you see in films and television, love and marriage aren’t always forever, and very rarely is a divorce a mutual endeavor. One side is inevitably going to be hurt by the other’s decision to leave. This does not mean, however, that a divorce [...]

Luke Perry – Remembering the Actor and Advocate

2019-03-26T08:37:58+00:00 March 26th, 2019|Pop Culture, Videos|

The bad-boy persona; the sensitive soul; the smoldering eyes; and that hair. In 1990, Luke Perry quickly became the definition of heartthrob when he rose to stardom in the wildly popular television series Beverly Hills 90210 as broody teen Dylan McKay. (Little known fact: he originally auditioned for the role of Steve Sanders, which he [...]

Understanding the EB-5 Program

2019-02-26T14:24:47+00:00 February 26th, 2019|Business, Immigration, Legal Documents|

With the current situation at the Southern border hurting the prospect of asylum requests, and other immigration options taking up to ten years to process, a foreigner who feels persecuted or whose current living situation could be greatly enhanced if they had access to the resources the United States has to offer, can become extremely [...]

New California Laws in 2019

2019-02-26T14:25:35+00:00 January 29th, 2019|Business, California Law, Family Law, Legal Documents|

Let’s be clear: plastic straws have not been outlawed in California. However, as of January 1, 2019, restaurants (with the exception of fast food) may not provide you with a plastic straw unless you specifically ask for one. In addition, all restaurants must provide a healthy drink, such as milk or water, as the default [...]

Fact vs. Fiction: Foster Care, Adoption and the Instant Family

2019-02-26T14:27:15+00:00 December 26th, 2018|Child Custody, Family Law|

There are currently hundreds of thousands of children in the U.S. foster care system. To help shed light on foster care and adoption, director Sean Anders tapped into his own experiences to co-write and direct the new film, Instant Family. There’s a lot you can to take away from the film if you’re considering adopting [...]

The Truth Behind Probate for Unwed Couples Without a Will or Trust

2018-11-27T08:01:05+00:00 November 27th, 2018|Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate|

I’ll take care of it tomorrow. How many times have you said this in the past year? It seems innocuous enough, especially when something is as trivial as mailing a letter or taking out the garbage. But there are some things, such as going to the doctor or planning your retirement, that could have major [...]

Hardships Facing Asylum Seekers at the U.S. Border

2018-10-30T08:43:06+00:00 October 30th, 2018|Immigration|

Who’s gone to the DMV only to have to wait for your number to be called? It’s frustrating, having to sit there for hours on end just to turn in a form or get a new picture taken. It’s even more frustrating when you have an appointment and still have to wait for hours. But [...]

Elder Abuse Restraining Orders

2018-09-25T08:26:09+00:00 September 25th, 2018|Family Law, Legal Documents|

  We’ve all heard or seen stories of someone obtaining a restraining order because they have been abused in some way and wish to keep someone from coming within a certain distance out of fear for their safety. What we don’t often hear, but is just as prevalent, is elder abuse. According to [...]