• 3 Questions to Ask Before Filing for Bankruptcy

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

    3 Questions to Ask Before Filing for Bankruptcy Being in the position where you have to file for bankruptcy can be very stressful. Not only is it an ordeal in and of itself, but you have to consider the consequences as well. It will wipe the slate clean in a sense, but at the same […]

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  • Is a Joint Venture Right for You and Your Business?

    Monday, April 23rd, 2018

    You have plans for a large project, but you lack certain resources to complete or even start it. Some businesses solve this kind of problem with a joint venture. A joint venture is when two or more businesses or parties combine their resources for the sole purpose of completing a project or some other kind […]

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  • Avoid Foreclosure by Taking These 3 Steps

    Monday, April 16th, 2018

    3 Steps to Avoiding Foreclosure Losing your home because of a bankruptcy-related foreclosure is one of the worst things that can happen to you, but it does not have to be that way. One way you can avoid it is to hire a bankruptcy attorney to help you go through the process. A San Francisco […]

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  • Waiving your Right to a Court Trial

    Friday, March 23rd, 2018

    ┬áMany people do not realize that they may have waived their constitutional right to a court or jury trial via fine print in a variety of contracts they have signed. If you live in the San Francisco Bay area and have a contract dispute, you may want to call a San Fransisco Litigation Attorney. An […]

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  • California UCL- Unfair Competition Law- What You Need to Know

    Friday, March 16th, 2018

    Found in Business & Professions Code section 17200, California’s Unfair Competition Law or UCL was established to protect consumers and companies from unlawful competition gained by any unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent business act or practice or misleading advertising. In other words, the sunny state provides an opportunity for customers who have been treated unfairly by […]

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  • Disputes Between Co-Owners of Real Property

    Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

    Real Estate Disputes between Co-Owners More than one person may own property in California at a time. One form of co-ownership is joint tenancy, where each owner has the same interests and rights in the property; this is typical for married couples. Another form is “tenancy in common” which is also joint ownership but means […]

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  • Challenging Testamentary Capacity

    Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

    The purpose of a will or living trust is to dispose of a person’s assets in accordance to their written instructions following death. Usually, the beneficiaries are close relatives of the deceased such as children and spouses. However, sometimes a person makes changes to the will that result in certain family members being disinherited.. In […]

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