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This land is your land…until the government wants it! First, let’s discuss that Eminent Domain refers to a fundamental power of the government to take private property for a public purpose without the owner’s consent. The power of eminent domain is incorporated in both the United States and California Constitution. Specifically, the Fifth Amendment to...

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Executor’s role in Probate What is an “Executor?” In California the Executor is also called a personal representative. It is the person or entity nominated by the deceased person (the “decedent”) in a Will to administer the estate of that person as directed by the Will. Let’s start by stating that it’s both an honor...

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For reasons unknown or based on costs, places such as hospitals, doctor’s offices, schools, movie theaters and other places of public accommodation refuse to provide communication access to deaf or hard of hearing people. It is against the law for employers, hospitals, governments, and other entities to discriminate against you based on your hearing loss....

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Startling surveys show that one in four women are sexually harassed in the workplace. Numerous unlawful acts go unreported due to the fear of the repercussions for speaking out, including possibly losing a job, fear of personal safety, or being isolated within the work environment.  Serious physical and mental anguish can arise from being subjected...