Bankruptcy Exemptions in California on the rise as of January
-- Christina Jones
The National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, which works in collaboration with California Assembly, was successful in bringing over a rise in the bankruptcy exemptions, mainly in the state of California which came into effect from January 1, 2013. This bill came into effect only fatter there were huge protests and battles which went on for 18 months. This has been named as the
In a case regarding the parentsí claims for child custody of their children, the presiding family court judge eloquently expressed the courtís outlook as to why parents should do all that they can to resolve their issues before asking the court to decide the future of their family. We thank the Honorable Paul W. Garfinkel for his permission to reprint his words for the benefit of all parents, in South Carolina and elsewhere, who may be facing difficult choices as to what is best for their children:
This is a GREAT video on why you should NEVER talk to the police! If you are a teacher, you REALLY need to see this! We have represented teachers for years, and often see them get in to trouble because they talked to the "nice police officer". This video really explains why you need to SHUT UP! Please watch!
Another View: City schools need collaboration, culture change By Scott Smith
Scott Smith, president of the Sacramento City Teachers Association, is responding to a July 27 commentary, "Sac City needs new teacher evaluation system," written by Jeff Cuneo, a member of the Sacramento City Unified school board. That commentary stated, "Our district lacks a robust evaluation system for teachers and
Court fees have been increased (you can download the new fee schedule below). Initial filing fee is now $435 and fee to file a motion is $60.