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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Temporary Changes at El Cajon and Chula Vista

By Benita on August 29, 2014//Leave a comment

We have important news to share about our Chula Vista and El Cajon locations.   A staff member recently resigned, and we have no back-ups, subs, or part-time help to fill in because we cannot afford to have them. In the past 3 years, we have lost over 25% of our income which forces us to make changes. While…

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Essential Information About Divorce Proceedings

By Benita on August 27, 2014//Leave a comment

Learn about the basics of divorce proceedings at our free ABC’s of Divorce and Child Custody class. Family law attorney, Mr. John W. Zryd, Esq., will cover both the legal and financial consequences of ending a marriage, including:   Child custody; Child and spousal support; and The equitable division of property and debt.   Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014 Time: 12-1…

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Earn up to 143 MCLE Credits!

By Benita on August 27, 2014//Leave a comment

This year, the State Bar of California’s Annual Meeting will be held in San Diego from September 11 to 14.   This event is a great opportunity for legal professionals to network, socialize, and earn MCLE credits. Attorneys may choose from a wide variety of educational programs covering many different legal topics. For more information and to register, click here.

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Bone-Appétit!

By Benita on August 27, 2014//Leave a comment

A new pet-friendly California law takes effect on January 1, 2015. The new law allows a pet-owner to dine out with their dog at restaurants with outdoor dining areas. This act is great news for dog lovers!   If hygiene and food sanitation standards are an issue for you; do not fear, the law sets out specific conditions to prevent…

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Closed September 1 for Labor Day

By Benita on August 21, 2014//Leave a comment

In observance of Labor Day, all locations of the law library will be closed on Monday, September 1. The El Cajon location will also be closed on Tuesday, September 2 for staff training.

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Understand Financial and Legal Issues in Divorce

By Benita on August 21, 2014//Leave a comment

Family law attorney John W. Zyrd presents a free educational class on the divorce process. Get clear answers and understand the issues surrounding:   Child custody; Child and spousal support; Property and debt division; and The financial consequences of ending a marriage.   Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014 Time: 12-1 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: No MCLE credit for…

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Last Chance to Take E-Filing Class This Year

By Benita on August 21, 2014//Leave a comment

We are offering our last E-Filing class for the year on Monday, September 15. Don’t miss your chance to learn how to E-File your documents in San Diego Superior Court with Brooke Greene, from One Legal.   Join us to learn how to: •    Register a new user for your One Legal account; •    Place an E-filing order…

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Free Attorney Consultations at the Public Library

By Benita on August 21, 2014//Leave a comment

If you represent yourself and need answers to your legal issues, consider attending the San Diego Public Library’s “Talk to the Lawyer” event.   Attorneys in the following practice areas will be available for one-on-one consultations: family law, bankruptcy law, criminal law, civil litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, consumer protection, immigration, and tax law.   Date: Saturday,…

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Unlock the Key to Business Success

By Benita on August 15, 2014//Leave a comment

Next week, our panel of experts will share how to avoid common legal and tax issues that arise in running a business. Join us to discover the secrets of successful entrepreneurship and enjoy some light refreshments.         Date: Thursday, August 28, 2014 Time: 5-7 p.m. Location: Downtown San Diego MCLE: One hour general participatory credit….

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Consumer Protection Law Extends to Unwanted Text Messages

By Benita on August 15, 2014//Leave a comment

Companies who market their products via text messages may be in danger of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) if they do not obtain prior consent.   For example, the Los Angeles Clippers were recently sued for sending fans unauthorized text messages allegedly in violation of TCPA. The team encouraged fans to send text messages that may be featured on the…

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