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A simple and UNCONTESTED divorce—meaning both parties are in the agreement should not be a laborious and expensive ordeal. However, the document process can be complicated, and the filed documents—the original divorce petition, the default, and the judgment package of paperwork—are confusing. Most self-prepared divorce petitions take too long because of needless "court clerk" rejections due to errors in this preparation.
A nonpaying tenant is the most expensive and complicated aspect of owning rental property. An eviction is not just a few documents thrown together with "hope and a promise."
The court judges look for flaws in the filed documents and are very pro-tenant. One mistake, and the landlord is forced to repeat the process and new court filing fees.
A simple will is just that—simple, and for those who own little and have no real estate, this is perfect in most cases. A will states your wishes and should include a Power of Attorney for medical and financial in case of incapacity of the person creating the will.
Revocable Living trusts
For those who own real estate or have complicated estates a properly prepared revocable living trust is critical for estate planning and avoidance of probate issues.
Whether you choose a sole proprietorship, LLC (limited liability company), or corporation, it's best to understand the costs, taxation effects, and legal consequences of that decision. For many new businesses a simple LLC is best, for those who desire simplicity and less cost.
Whether one is convicted of a felony or misdemeanor, most convictions can be expunged. Certain criteria and conditions apply. The expungement process is complicated and lengthy. Every situation is different and you may be referred to an attorney who specializes in this specialty.
We can help you navigate through the court process to protect the best interest of the child. Many areas of family and juvenile law overlap with each other, especially when it relates to the protection of children, custody and support issues.
Gary is a native San Diegan, born in La Mesa and educated at San Diego State University. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, a master's degree in Finance, and an associate degree in Paralegal Studies. He is presently a licensed and bonded notary in California as well as a Licensed Document Assistant (LDA) and Licensed and Bonded Process Server in the Riverside and San Diego Counties I am also a bonded mortgage signing agent.
Gary is a member of La Jolla Brokers (REBA) San Diego Association of realtors (SDAR), North San Diego County Association of Realtors (NSDCAR), Pacific Southwest Association of Realtors (PSAR), Mission Bay Real Estate Association (MBRA), California Association of legal documents (CALD), La Jolla Town Council.
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