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Yearly Archives: 2013

Go All-the-way Awesome in 2014 – Like These People!

By JohnnyZ on December 31, 2013//Leave a comment

1. Reframe: Use your mind to understand your situation differently and in a positive way, as an opportunity to learn and grow. 2. Reinvent: Take a familiar situation or experience and turn it into a new one. For example a job that has become routine – learn a new skill and transform it. 3. Repurpose:…

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Upcoming Classes

By Benita on December 26, 2013//Leave a comment

There is still time to get your MCLE credits before the February 3rd deadline.   We are offering over 20 classes in January as part of our MCLE Crunch Program. Purchase an MCLE Crunch Card for $99 and attend all the MCLE classes you like for the month of January or pay $10 per class.   Here are our…

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Cheers to December MCLE Speakers!

By Benita on December 26, 2013//Leave a comment

We are half way through our MCLE Crunch Program and we would like to thank all of our December speakers who presented us with a wide variety of interesting and engaging MCLE Classes.    We are thankful to live in a legal community that strongly supports our MCLE Program.                                             

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Legal Reference Question of the Week

By Benita on December 26, 2013//Leave a comment

Question: When does a guardianship of a minor terminate?   Answer:  There are two types of guardianships, one is a probate guardianship and the other is a guardianship of a minor whose parents are still alive.    A probate guardianship is a court proceeding where the court appoints a guardian to protect the minor and…

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Queen’s Plight Similar to Our Own

By JohnnyZ on December 26, 2013//Leave a comment

It is that time of the year when squeezing into my “good” clothes becomes a guilty reminder of the lack of commitment I had to eating right and exercise during the past year.  But not so mortifying as the plight of poor Queen Liliukalani, Hawaii’s last imperial highness and a major historical figure, while visiting…

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New Year’s Resolutions

By Benita on December 25, 2013//Leave a comment

We wish you and your family a very Happy New Year!   May all your resolutions, wishes, and dreams come true for 2014!  Here is a great article on the top New Year’s resolutions. My favorites include eat healthy food and make strong bonds and relationships!     Here are some of our own personal New Year’s Resolutions:…

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Philanthropic Strategies for Saving Innovation, Moderator Charles Hartford

By Benita on December 19, 2013//Leave a comment

Charles Hartford is a Financial Advisor in the Merrill Lynch La Jolla Office. Charles is originally from the San Diego area. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1989 and subsequently earned a Masters Degree in History from the University of Kentucky and a Masters…

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Open House Celebration!

By Benita on December 19, 2013//Leave a comment

Thank you to all our library friends, supporters, patrons and board members who celebrated our 2nd annual Open House event with us.    The Open House is a chance for us to welcome in the community we serve, share the projects we’ve been working on throughout the year, and highlight new projects and partnerships coming in the new year. …

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Like Us, Follow Us

By Benita on December 19, 2013//Leave a comment

We know you really like us. But now we want you to “like” us on Facebook and “share” our Facebook page with your friends. We’d love to get to 800 Facebook “likes” before the end of the year. Please help us reach that goal!   You may also follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter –…

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Legal Reference Question of the Week

By Benita on December 19, 2013//Leave a comment

Question: What action can I take if a party fails to respond to my inspection demands?   Answer: During the discovery phase of a lawsuit, one party may demand that another party produce a document that is in the party’s possession, custody, or control. The demanding party is entitled to: • Inspect and copy the document;…

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