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Complete List of Important Child Custody Laws in California [Must Know California Family Code Sections]

Complete List of the Most Important Child Custody Laws in California Truth be told, not every California law having to do with child custody regularly comes up in family court. Like any other body of law, California child custody law consists of a handful of highly litigated sections nestled between a whole slew of oft … Read More

Family Code 1100(b) - Spouses Can Gift No More than Half of the Community Property

Family Code 1100(b) – Spouses Can Gift No More than Half of the Community Property

Community Property Laws Allow Spouses to Give Away No More than Half of the Community Estate, During Life or Upon Death in a Will or Trust While many spouses have tried, the law does not allow a living or deceased spouse to give away more than half of the community property marital estate, including in … Read More

Fraud Affirmative Defenses in California

Fraud Affirmative Defenses in California

How to Stop a Fraud Action in California Wrongful allegations of fraud in California are all too common. These allegations can be incredibly inconvenient to defendants, can damage reputations, and can be based on nothing more than a mistake or misunderstanding. As courts have explained, “[f]raud is a serious charge, easy to allege and hard … Read More

341 Meeting of Creditors Bankruptcy Attorney California

What Happens During a 341 Meeting of Creditors in Bankruptcy?

The Bankruptcy Section 341 Meeting of Creditors [11 U.S.C. 341] The meeting of creditors, also called a Section 341 meeting in reference to Section 341 of the Bankruptcy Code, is a required meeting for bankruptcy filers conducted by the appointed bankruptcy trustee. The purpose of a 341 meeting is for the trustee (and creditors, if they … Read More

Anti-SLAPP Victory for Talkov Law

Cori Schumacher Loses Restraining Order, Anti-SLAPP Motion Granted, Court Rules in Victory for Talkov Law

Cori Schumacher, Carlsbad Councilmember, Loses Anti-SLAPP Motion; Court Sides With Talkov Law’s First Amendment Briefing As covered by Volokh Conspiracy and the San Diego Union Tribune, a California court sided with the First Amendment in granting an Anti-SLAPP motion to strike a restraining order petition filed by Carlsbad City Councilwoman Cori Schumacher against three outspoken … Read More

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Talkov Law Selected as Top 100 Legal Blog

Top 100 Legal Blog Award for Talkov Law Feedspot recently announced its list of the Top 100 Legal Blogs, Websites & Influencers in 2021 for Lawyers and Law Students. Talkov Law secured its place as the #54 legal blog in the world alongside such notable blogs as Above the Law blog, SCOTUSBlog, and the ABA … Read More

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Fraudulent Misrepresentation in California [Elements Examples Cases Defenses]

Fraudulent Misrepresentation Under California Law Experienced business fraud and real estate fraud attorneys in California are regularly called upon to determine whether a case involves actionable fraudulent misrepresentation under California law. To answer this question, it is important to review the elements, examples, cases, and defenses applicable to fraudulent misrepresentation in California courts. Elements of … Read More

Foreign Language Newspapers Qualify for Adjudications as Newspapers of General Circulation

Foreign Language Newspapers Qualify for Adjudication as Newspapers of General Circulation – Gov. Code 6001

Newspaper in Languages Besides English Qualify to Run Legal Notices as Newspapers of General Circulation Under California Government Code 6001 In California, official legal notices and legal advertising can be published only in a newspaper of general circulation adjudicated by a court of law. Whether a publication chooses to seek adjudication as a newspaper under the … Read More

Fraud Alleged with Particularity in Federal Court Talkov Law

Fraud Must be Alleged with Particularity in Federal & Bankruptcy Court [FRCP 9(b)]

Requirements for Alleging Fraud in Federal & Bankruptcy Court Because “fraud is a serious charge, easy to allege and hard to prove” (In re Doctors Hosp. of Hyde Park, Inc., 308 B.R. 311, 322 (Bankr. N.D. Ill. 2004)), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 9(b) imposes the requirement on plaintiffs to allege fraud with particularity … Read More

How to Choose the Best Family Law Attorney Child Custody Case Lawyer California

4 Secrets for Choosing a Custody Lawyer [How to Choose the Best Family Law Attorney for Your California Custody Case]

Secrets to Help You Choose the Best Family Law Attorney for Your Child Custody Case in California. Find the Best Lawyer for Your Custody Battle!

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