As a parent, you want to make sure that your home is passed on to your children after you are gone. Aside from its monetary value, your home also has a lot of sentimental value, so it’s understandable that you would want to make sure your children can inherit it without having to deal with […]
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Updating or Revising an Estate Plan If your estate plan is three or more years old, or if an heir has died, you need to have it reviewed. Your estate planning attorney should also review the plan when specific events occur in your life. These events include if you got divorced, moved to another state, […]
Recently, the California Division of Occupational Safety & Health (DOSH) sent out an email to workplaces across the State of California. Their message? Please ensure this … is delivered to the owner, operator or manager who is responsible for workplace safety and health. In the email, DOSH stressed the importance of maintaining a safe workplace […]
Did you deliver a baby or have another type of surgical procedure at Sharp Grossmont Hospital Women’s Health Center (5555 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa, CA 91942) from July 2012 through June 2013? Do you know someone who was treated at Sharp Grossmont during this time frame? If so, you (or someone close to you) […]
A class action lawsuit has been filed in San Diego County Superior Court against Sharp Grossmont Hospital of La Mesa/El Cajon, CA over secret filming of female patients that went on in all three of Sharp’s women’s center operating rooms from July 2012 through June 2013. The women were recorded when they were most […]
When an individual is injured or killed due to the reckless acts or omissions of another party, they are entitled to compensation for their injuries. The term commonly used for this is known as “damages”. The party that is at-fault is responsible to pay damages to the injury victim. In some instances, there may be […]
In today’s information age, so much of what we say and do leaves an electronic footprint. For the better part of the past decade, the use of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and many others has increased exponentially. People use social media for many different purposes, such as to stay in touch […]
Couples who are bringing a significant amount of assets and property into a marriage often consider setting up a prenuptial agreement. Also known as premarital agreements, prenuptial agreements are becoming more common in today’s society. While no one enters into a marriage with the intention of getting a divorce, the reality is that a large […]
During a divorce in California, child support is often awarded to the parent who has the majority of custody. In paternity cases, child support may also be ordered to be paid by the non-custodial parent after a legal determination has been made regarding who the father of the child is. Child support is normally paid […]
Summer is winding down and Fall is upon us. With the kids in the San Diego area going back to school, this is a good time to focus on bus safety. Though rarer than other types of auto accidents, accidents with school buses can be some of the most severe. The shear size of the […]
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