• 02 Jul 2021
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What Constitutes a Felony DUI in California?

Posted by srailawoffice In DUI July 2, 2021 0 Comment
What Constitutes a Felony DUI in California?

An enjoyable night out with friends can turn into a terrible nightmare involving the police. You had a few glasses of wine with friends, and now the police have arrested your for driving while under the influence (DUI). You might be wondering how much trouble you are in and what you can do to protect …

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  • 30 Jun 2021
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Important Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney Before Hiring the Firm

Posted by srailawoffice In Divorce Attorney June 30, 2021 0 Comment
Important Questions to Ask a Divorce Attorney Before Hiring the Firm

Hiring the right divorce attorney in Central Valley can be even more exhausting than the actual divorce process. Before you agree to work with a lawyer, you need to make sure they will be a good fit for you and your case. The following are some important questions you should ask before hiring an attorney …

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  • 28 Jun 2021
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From Delinquency to Default Judgment: What You Need to Know About Collection Lawsuits

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy June 28, 2021 0 Comment
From Delinquency to Default Judgment: What You Need to Know About Collection Lawsuits

If debt is not properly dealt with, it can easily evolve from a bill you have to pay to an extremely challenging legal action. If you are having financial difficulties, you should understand that more than ever you are not alone. Beginning with the COVID-19 shutdown and lockdowns, millions of individuals lost their job and …

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  • 23 Jun 2021
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Can I File Bankruptcy If I’m Unemployed?

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy June 23, 2021 0 Comment
Can I File Bankruptcy If I’m Unemployed?

It is never a good time to file bankruptcy. However, what if you are unemployed and considering bankruptcy in California? Although anyone may file bankruptcy, it does not mean that the filing will be successful, regardless of your employment status. Being unemployed means your funds are limited and filing bankruptcy may seem like the right …

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  • 21 Jun 2021
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CDL Disqualification v. CDL Suspension: What’s the Difference?

Posted by srailawoffice In Traffic Violation June 21, 2021 0 Comment
CDL Disqualification v. CDL Suspension: What’s the Difference?

A disqualification or suspension of a commercial driver’s license (CDL) can wreak financial havoc, especially if you use your CDL for work. You need to make it your top priority to avoid a suspension or disqualification of your CDL. In order to do so, you need to understand what can lead to suspension or disqualification …

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  • 07 Jun 2021
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What to Do If You Ex Fails to Comply with Divorce Rulings

Posted by srailawoffice In Divorce June 7, 2021 0 Comment
What to Do If You Ex Fails to Comply with Divorce Rulings

Your divorce has been finalized. With the written decree of divorce in your hands, you are ready to finally close that chapter and move on. But what if your ex has other plans? If your former spouse fails to comply with the final divorce order, regardless if it has been years after the divorce or …

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  • 05 Jun 2021
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Factors to Consider When Creating a Child Custody Schedule

Posted by srailawoffice In Child Custody June 5, 2021 0 Comment
Factors to Consider When Creating a Child Custody Schedule

When going through a divorce, there are many difficult things you will encounter. The process can become even more complicated if you have children. One of the hardest things to do for divorcing couples with children is making a child visitation schedule. Both parents want to be able to see their children as much as …

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  • 04 Jun 2021
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Supervised‌ ‌Child‌ ‌Visitation‌ ‌:‌ ‌When‌ ‌Is‌ ‌It‌ ‌Necessary?‌ ‌

Posted by srailawoffice In Child Custody June 4, 2021 0 Comment
Supervised‌ ‌Child‌ ‌Visitation‌ ‌:‌ ‌When‌ ‌Is‌ ‌It‌ ‌Necessary?‌ ‌

Supervised visitation, also referred to as supervised contact or supervised parenting, allows the noncustodial parent to visit with their child only when supervised by another adult. This type of visitation is designed to keep the child safe, while supporting the parent-child relationship. If supervised visitation is necessary, the court will order it and mandate it …

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