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January 2018 Archives

Authorities arrest California teen after a school bomb threat

As children make the transition from youth to adult, they often make mistakes, some of them benign and some of them serious. Teens do not always think things through before acting and they may not understand the severity of the consequences for their allegedly wrongful actions.

Prescription fraud is a jail time offense

There are many reasons why some California residents may think that prescription fraud is a good idea. Perhaps they don’t have health insurance and can’t afford to see the doctor, so they forge a prescription. Maybe they have an addiction or want to profit by selling stolen medication.

Asking the right questions now may help you avoid divorce later

Truly getting to know someone is not always easy, especially for those who are uncomfortable opening up to a new person. A first date is not usually a time when potential couples reveal important lifestyle and personality matters. However, with the right prompts, you may be able to glean details about your date that could save you from divorce down the line.

Don't risk your future when arrested for DUI in California

When it comes to criminal charges, being arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) is among the most common. It can and does happen to people across all age groups, income levels and social statuses. The consequences of a DUI conviction are already significant and the penalties for such offenses can change for the worse at any moment. California defendants could face the following penalties.

Finding a child custody schedule you can live with

When Todd and Vanessa decided to get married, having kids was important for them. Now ten years later—as it has happened for a number of their friends—Todd and Vanessa are getting divorced. Their two kids are important to them and both want as much time as they can get with the girls.

What does community property mean in a California divorce?

Community property is an area within the family law field that defines how a couple's property is divided when they get a divorce. As you and your spouse begin to separate from one another in your daily lives, you must also separate or divide any property you have accumulated as a couple.

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