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Motion for Attorney’s Fees in Bankruptcy Adversary Proceedings Under Contract [California CCP 1021]

While the general rule in American courts is that each party pays their own attorney’s fees, parties in bankruptcy adversaries and contested matters in California may be entitled to file a motion for attorney’s fees if a contract provides for such a recovery under California Code of Civil Procedure 1021. This pertains to prevailing parties … Read More

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998 Offer Strategies for Attorneys’ Fees

Many parties use Code of Civil Procedure Section 998 offers to shift which party will be determined the prevailing party supposing the plaintiff wins less than was offered by the defendant in the § 998 offer. However, parties should carefully consider their options and § 998 offer strategies to attempt to produce a favorable outcome. … Read More

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5 Tips to get an Affordable Divorce With a California Attorney

Learn how to utilize your divorce lawyer to get the best results without breaking the bank on attorney’s fees!

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How Long Does a Divorce Really Take in California?

Find out how long it really takes to get divorced in California!

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3 Steps to a Successful Divorce with a California Business Involved

What Happens to the Business When Spouses Divorce in California? Find out with our essential guide to dividing a business in divorce!

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Step-by-Step Guide to Surviving Contempt Proceedings in California Family Court

Skilled Family Law Attorney Reveals the Ultimate Step-by-Step Survival Guide to Family Law Contempt for Free!

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7 Affirmative Defenses to a Partition Action in California

When Two People Own Property, But One Person Doesn’t Want to Sell Tricks To Save Your House in a Partition Action An experienced partition attorney in California may often be asked whether there are affirmative defenses to a partition under California law. Of course, every defendant wants to win a partition action. While some people … Read More

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Lange v. Schilling – Refusal to Mediate Before Litigation Sacrifices Right to Attorney’s Fees in CAR Contracts

Lange v. Schilling (2008) 163 Cal.App.4th 1412 – Refusal to Mediate Before Litigation Sacrifices Right to Attorney’s Fees Under California Association of Realtors (CAR) Form Lease and Purchase and Sale Agreement Buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords should beware of filing a lawsuit before attempting to mediate under the CAR form purchase and sale and lease agreements. … Read More

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