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3 Frequently Asked Questions About Advance Healthcare Directives in CA

An important part of estate planning is executing an advance healthcare directive (AHCD). We’re about to address the three most frequently asked questions about ACHDs so you can make informed decisions.

5 Elements to a Defamation Lawsuit in California

If you have been a victim of defamation, you may be able to receive compensation for damages via litigation. When defamation occurs in print, it is called libel. When defamation is spoken, it is slander. What are the elements that must be proven in a defamation case? Here are five important factors:

3 Types of Eviction Notices with Cause in California

As you well know as a property holder, evicting a tenant in the state of California is not a simple process. However, you can meet all of your legal obligations and get that unruly tenant out of your place. Here are three types of eviction notices that you should know when it comes to evicting a tenant with cause in California.  

Executors – Watch Out for these 3 Estate Investing Mistakes

 

The executor of a will may be called upon to manage probate assets that include cash as well as stocks and bonds. It can be easy to make some common mistakes and end up in a legal battle with heirs of the estate. Here are three faux pas to watch out for when managing probate assets.

Step 1 to Filing a Lawsuit

When a person is harmed, often the only sensible means by which he or she can be made whole is to initiate legal proceedings against the wrongdoer. Under most circumstances, legal proceedings begin once official documents are filed with the Court. There are also many forms of alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") such as mediation or arbitration. ADR is a great tool and should be used when possible, but some defendants will not take a party seriously until a lawsuit has been filed.

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