Guardianship Guardianship is a court process in which someone other than a parent is given custody of a child. It is also when a parent or other person is given authority over a child’s property. The child, called the minor or ward, must be under the age of 18. A legal guardian is an adult […]
The following blog contains insights by a Sacramento Attorney Edward Misleh. Some the areas discussed are complex and may be dependent factors affecting the particular legal matter. When in doubt, you should contact an attorney before taking any legal action.
In this blog you will find discussions pertaining to the following:
California Estate Planning, California dissolution or divorce, Military divorce, California Guardianship, California restraining orders, Grandparent’s visitation.
Legal separation, annulment, child custody, child support, spousal support, marital assets, community property, separate property, retirement plans, pensions.
Veteran’s benefits, Thrift Savings Plans, retirements plans, and Tricare medical benefits.
Sole custody, joint custody, physical custody, legal custody, and move-away orders.
Grandparents, minor children, others, and estates.
Establish child support, modify child support, and terminate child support.
Alimony, establish spousal support, modify spousal support, terminate spousal support, temporary spousal support, and permanent spousal support.
Joint title, separate property, reimbursements, business assets, and marriage debts.
Probate, wills, trusts, intestacy actions.
Domestic violence and civil harassment.
Auto accidents, vehicle mishaps, slip and fall, accidental injury, property owner negligence.
Insurance claims and recovery of damages.
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Defamation Lawsuit A defamation lawsuit can be filed should a person or entity communicate to a third party a false and injurious statement. This includes website postings. After our office filed a defamation lawsuit claiming that Cheaterville libeled our clients, a news reporter conducted a review of the lawsuit with one of our attorneys. […]
Pitchess Motion A Pitchess motion is a request made to the court to access a law enforcement officer’s personnel information when a party alleges in an affidavit that the officer used excessive force or lied about the events surrounding the defendant’s arrest. The information provided will include prior incidents of use of force, allegations of […]