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Dividing Retirement Accounts in a Divorce Can Be a Complex Matter

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The State of California follows community property rules when it comes to divorce. This means that any property that was acquired during the marriage is considered equally owned by both parties. When any spouse worked, and received payments, including retirement, … click to read more

Injuries Suffered While Riding a Lyft or Uber Vehicle

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Ride sharing has dramatically grown in just a few short years and with this, new professional and financial opportunities for many have also come about. Unfortunately, because of this spontaneous growth, there has also been an increase in many new … click to read more

Divorce in California: Property Division

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A couple that is going through a divorce in the State of California must decide how the property will be divided, and this includes any outstanding debts. If the couple in unable to do so, a court will be … click to read more

California Medical Malpractice Cases for Delayed Diagnosis

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The majority of people believe that medical malpractice involves a physician making a mistake that lead directly to the patient’s injury. Unbeknownst to many, however, medical malpractice cases can arise from physician errors that are from an indirect form of … click to read more

Summertime Premises Liability Concerns

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In the midst of summer, many people look for many different activities to find cooler temperatures. With the influx of visitors, many property owners should pay extra attention to conditions that could arise during this period. In the State of … click to read more