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Landlord Rights in the time of COVID-19

2021-03-30T10:54:08-07:00February 23rd, 2021|California Law, COVID-19, Landlords, Realty|

In March 2020, California Governor Newsom signed legislation for AB 3088, or the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act (CTRA), putting a freeze on tenant evictions if they could prove a financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The bill was a landmark piece of legislation that has helped plenty of tenants remain in their homes during [...]

New California Laws – 2021 Edition

2021-03-30T10:54:24-07:00January 26th, 2021|Business, California Law, COVID-19|

The calendar has changed once again. Although a new administration has entered the White House and there’s hope that the 2020 chaos is officially in the rear-view mirror, there is still uncertainty in what 2021 has to offer. One thing we can count on, though, is the annual enactment of new California laws. Due to [...]

California Family and Estate Laws vs Other States: What’s the Difference?

2020-10-02T10:56:34-07:00September 29th, 2020|Business, California Law, Divorce, Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate, Family Law|

As a citizen of the United States, we all feel as if we know how laws should be enforced simply because “that’s how it’s done in my state.” What we all fail to understand (or don’t want to understand) is that each state has the constitutional right to create laws for the benefit of their [...]

Top 5 Positive Impacts of COVID-19 In Law Firms

2020-10-02T10:55:47-07:00August 25th, 2020|California Law, COVID-19, Lawyer|

As COVID-19 continues to swarm our lives with negativity, King Law Firm Attorneys at Law has remained positive. When it comes to law firms, court houses and legal matters, there are a lot of aspects that on the surface could be considered harmful or cause unnecessary hardship to the client. However, when you really get [...]

Child Custody Across State Lines and the Ramifications of COVID-19

2020-10-02T10:55:38-07:00July 28th, 2020|California Law, Child Custody, COVID-19, Custody, Family Law, Uncategorized|

After a divorce, parents may feel they and their child need a change of scenery. This is understandable; however, always make sure to inform the non-custodial parent if that change of scenery means taking a child across state lines. Temporary Vacations If this change is temporary, say to visit relatives or go on a vacation, [...]

Doing Business Post-COVID-19

2020-10-02T10:55:28-07:00June 23rd, 2020|Business, California Law, COVID-19|

Many businesses have had to find new and inventive ways to serve their clients and customers over the past few months. This includes employees working from home, an expansion in teleconferencing, and conducting customer relations via phone and online video. King Law Firm Attorneys at Law, Inc. transitioned through the pandemic maze with great efficiency. [...]

2020 California Laws That May Affect You

2020-01-30T12:51:05-08:00January 28th, 2020|Business, California Law, Legal Codes|

Every year, King Law Firm Attorneys at Law takes a quick look at some of the new 2020 California laws that have taken effect on the first of January and are most likely to affect your business, your personal life and your health. Work and Business Minimum wage has risen to $13 dollars per hour [...]

How To File a Heggstad Petition

2019-10-29T09:39:27-07:00October 29th, 2019|California Law, Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate, Legal Codes, Legal Documents, Probate Code|

  Performing due diligence when it comes to setting up an inheritance is highly recommended for anyone with a family. Having a living trust in place when your time on Earth has expired helps protect family members from lengthy and costly probate or contentious legal battles while they are still grieving your loss. However, no [...]

Common Misconceptions of Unmarried Couples

2019-09-24T08:26:00-07:00September 24th, 2019|California Law, Child Custody, Custody, Family Law|

Recently, there’s been a rise in the number of young unmarried couples living together and older couples merely “shacking up” instead of getting married. What these couples may not understand is that simply being in a long-term, committed relationship does not give them the rights and benefits of a married couple. Misconception – California is [...]

Estate Planning for Undocumented Immigrants

2019-07-23T10:05:39-07:00July 23rd, 2019|California Law, Estate Planning - Wills, Trusts, and Probate, Immigration|

Many of the millions of undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States are hardworking individuals who simply want to provide a better life for their families. Despite this, they struggle with the daily threat of deportation, a burden made heavier by the fear of possible separation from family members, including children, who are U.S. [...]