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Summary Dissolution – Simplified Divorce in California

Your decision to file for divorce is tough enough. The last thing you want to deal with while figuring out your new life is a ton of documents, mediation, and court proceedings. Lucky for you, if you live in California, you may qualify for another option – summary dissolution. What is a Summary Dissolution? Summary

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Prenuptial Agreements Break Through the Mask of Euphoria

Men and women have been celebrating Valentine’s Day since at least the 17th century. Most people celebrate with candy, flowers, and cards. Others get down on one knee with an expensive ring in hand. If you were fortunate enough to give or receive a proposal on February 14th, your heart is probably still aflutter with

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New Year, New Rules – 13 Important Laws in California, Arizona, Texas, and Kentucky to Know in 2024

Another new year has begun, which means dozens, if not hundreds, of laws have gone into effect as of January 1st, 2024. While we cannot cover all new 2024 laws in California, Arizona, Texas, and Kentucky, we will focus on a few we feel have the greatest impact on your everyday lives. California Gavin Newsom

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Donald Trump and 5th Amendment Protection from Self-Incrimination

No matter where you live, odds are you have heard about the indictments handed down to Donald Trump. The former president has several ongoing cases, but one in particular—the financial fraud case led by New York Attorney General Letitia James—is at the forefront of the news. This past month, Trump decided against testifying. As predicted,

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Anti-Isolation Restraining Orders and the Impact on Elders and Dependent Adults

In 1982, California passed the Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act and became one of the first states to protect elderly and dependent adults from criminal abuse (physical, mental, and financial), abandonment, abduction, and neglect. Further private civil measures applied to the act in 1991 helped mitigate elder abuse. But by how much?

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