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How to Administer a Special Needs Trust

By admin on June 05, 2014//Leave a comment

A trustee for a special needs trust is held to a high standard of performance and care. Compared to other trusts, additional responsibilities and duties are undertaken by the trustee. Expert licensed fiduciaries, Susan Fox from Liberty Fiduciary Services, a member of our Speaker’s Bureau Program and Jeanette Servin, a Fiduciary for the San Diego Special Needs Trust Foundation, will…

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Plan Ahead for Future Peace of Mind

By admin on June 05, 2014//Leave a comment

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” – Benjamin Franklin.   Most of us plan for important life events, such as weddings, our children’s education and retirement. But few of us prepare for the inevitable. Join speaker Chad Prichett for an information session on the advantages of pre-arranging a funeral, including the emotional…

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Where to Find Legal Jobs

By admin on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

Stand out from the crowd and get insider tips to land your dream job. Learn about current trends in the legal field from our panel of experts: Julie Remer, Assistant Director of Career Services at the University of San Diego; Kristine Custodio, Vice President of the San Diego Paralegal Association; and Nicole Sutton, Attorney Recruiter for Special…

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How to Administer a Special Needs Trust

By admin on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

A trustee for a special needs trust is held to a high standard of performance and care. Compared to other trusts, additional responsibilities and duties are undertaken by the trustee. Expert licensed fiduciaries, Susan Fox from Liberty Fiduciary Services, a member of our Speaker’s Bureau Program and Jeanette Servin, a Fiduciary for the San Diego Special Needs Trust Foundation, will…

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Online Program Helps Prepare Court Forms

By admin on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

I-CAN! Legal is an award-winning software program created by Legal Aid Society of Orange County. The program helps individuals fill out California court forms for divorce, paternity, small claims, eviction and much more. Simply sign up for an account, select your form set and complete the online questionnaire. There is a one-time fee of $4.95 to print out the…

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Going for the deep dive & we’re gonna get wet

By JohnnyZ on May 29, 2014//Leave a comment

Reporting from the Civil Justice Strategies Task Force meeting held this week in Los Angeles. Toward the end of another day of testimony about past attempts at fairly meting out access to justice, something happened.   Something big.   To the delight of a few and the consternation of others, we were suddenly immersed in…

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Fire Drill Practice on May 28

By admin on May 21, 2014//Leave a comment

On Wednesday, May 28, at 10:00 a.m., the downtown location is conducting an emergency evacuation practice drill. All patrons and staff are required to exit the building at this time.   Thank you for your cooperation and we apologize for the inconvenience.

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Tickets Selling Quickly for Electronic Discovery Class!

By admin on May 21, 2014//Leave a comment

Sponsored by DTI   Learn electronic discovery issues in cross-border and multi-language litigation from certified, electronic discovery expert, Jeff Jacobs, General Counsel and Senior Consultant for DTI. Mr. Jacobs will discuss how to collect data from other countries, overcome challenges to international data privacy laws and regulations, and resolve cultural and foreign language issues. DTI is a law library silver partner.  …

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Family Court – New Form Required

By admin on May 21, 2014//Leave a comment

Starting Monday, June 16, the San Diego Superior Court, Family Law Division, will require all parties to complete and sign Form SDSC D-274: Joint Readiness Declaration – Mandatory Settlement Conference. This form must be filed with the court before the Family Resolution Conference or other hearing at which the court sets a date for the Mandatory Settlement Conference.   For more…

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Fame & Glory – Games People Play to Reward Good Customer Service

By JohnnyZ on May 21, 2014//Leave a comment

Way back when, a crown of laurel leaves would be enough to acknowledge great accomplishments.  Now, you may still do that at your place of business, but here in San Diego we decided to try something different.   The KellyPoint Program We have a game here that involves spotting great work and reporting it up…

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