Do I Need An Estate Planning Attorney?

What is Estate Planning and Why Do I Need It? An estate planning lawyer is an attorney who specializes in advising clients on how to handle their assets and property once a person has died. Estate planning lawyers are able to allocate your assets properly. Examples of estate planning include not allowing funds to go […]

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Supreme Court Ruling prohibits LGBTQ workplace discrimination

On June 15th, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled workplace discrimination against LGBTQ individuals illegal in all 50 states. This enormous win allows for the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination and other types of discrimination, to protect members of the LGBTQ community. Under this new Supreme Court ruling, employers in all 50 states may…

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How to Remove Revenge Porn From the Internet

How to Remove Revenge Porn from the Internet Studies have shown nearly 10 million Americans have been threatened by posting revenge porn or intimate photos shared by another person. Any intentional distribution of lewd images or videos without consent could be considered as revenge porn. In many states, the posting of these images or recordings […]

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Employee Rights During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Employee Rights During the Coronavirus Pandemic Employers all over the US are struggling to cope with the unprecedented wave of challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, many employers have not been following the newly implemented laws regarding the safety of employees, or have been laying off workers. Many new cases have arisen from employers […]

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What Can I Do If I Was Injured In A Car Accident?

What Can I Do If I Was Injured In A Car Accident? Pedestrians are given the right of way in many circumstances. In marked and unmarked crosswalks or intersections, the pedestrian will always have the right of way. California Vehicle Code 21954(a) states that “Every pedestrian upon a roadway at any point other than within […]

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Revenge Porn Laws in California: Updated 2020

California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB 255, or the “Revenge Porn” bill, on October 1, 2013. The law makes it a crime to post sexually explicit pictures or video online of another person…

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How to Enforce a Family Law Money Judgement

What You Need to Know About Enforcing a Judgement in California After a family law money judgement, individuals often have trouble collecting money from their former spouses, also known as debtors. Here’s how to enforce a family law money judgement in California. California courts state that individuals must collect family law money judgements from their […]

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Wrongful Termination Laws in California

What You Need to Know About Wrongful Termination Laws in California California employers often trample worker’s rights by the means of wrongful termination. If you are employed in California, it is imperative to know your rights and understand when you can file a wrongful termination lawsuit. Here’s everything you need to know about wrongful termination […]

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What are Issues that Plague Same-Sex Marriages?

By understanding issues common in same-sex marriages, LGBT couples can take initiative and prevent such issues from arising. Here are some issues that plague same-sex marriages. Despite the fact that marriage equality has taken steps forward in recent years, there are still many legal issues that plague same-sex marriages. Some of the most concerning issues […]

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What Are the Risks for Serving Alcohol at My Home?

What is, if any, the civil liability of a social host for serving alcohol when a guest hurts themselves and/or others while intoxicated? Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “gay” as being “keenly alive and exuberant: having or inducing high spirits.” The community proudly lives up to that with the profusion of social gatherings throughout the world. Time […]

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