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Why Representing Yourself in a California Divorce is Dangerous

Whether your divorce happens suddenly because of infidelity, or over the course of many years because of incompatibility, you need serious legal help. Do not make the mistake of thinking that you can represent yourself.

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Grandparent Rights CA

Grandparents often play an essential role in the raising of children. For this reason, California courts have established certain laws protecting the legal rights of grandparents.

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Can California Police Arrest Me Without A Warrant?

If you are arrested in California, whether police have a warrant or not, you must seek experienced legal help. A criminal defense lawyer can quickly review your case and the circumstances of your arrest, and help ensure your rights are protected.

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What is a DUI Arraignment in CA?

Getting a DUI is serious. Depending on the charges against you, and your driving/criminal history, you could face fines, license suspension, even jail time. If you are stopped and arrested for drunk driving in California, contact an attorney as soon as possible. Generally, you will be able to call an attorney after the booking process.

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What is Evading the Police in California?

Make no mistake – evading the police is a serious offense. If convicted of evading the police in California, you face misdemeanor charges, up to a year in jail, and up to a $1,000 fine.

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Penalties for Hiding Assets During California Divorce

Unfortunately, some divorce clients fear losing assets and think they can beat the system. Not only does deceiving the divorce court rarely work, but it also carries harsh consequences, including:

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Living Together While Going Through A Divorce

Divorce is something that can happen suddenly because of infidelity or trust issues, or it may occur over the course of many years as a result of incompatibility or neglect.

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Estate Planning After Divorce

If you do not already have an estate plan, it is imperative that you create one as soon as possible. Should you already have an estate plan in place, be sure to update your will during every major life event, such as marriage, birth, or divorce.

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What is the Difference Between Being Arrested vs. Detention?

Some people confuse a detainment with an arrest. Knowing the difference can help protect your rights if you are ever stopped by the police in the future.

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Is it Legal to Stop and Frisk in California?

In the recent past, stop and frisk laws have come under scrutiny due to racial and social issues, politics, and criminal justice reform. As a result, many citizens are confused about what constitutes a legal search of your person in California.

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