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Raxter Law and its staff all want to say thank you to First Responders! So for the month of May the entire staff is dedicating time to draft a will, power of attorney, and healthcare directive for first responders and their spouses FREE of charge! Normally, a will package would cost $300.00 but because first...

CIVIL REMEDIES FOR CHILD ABUSE Every day it seems there is a story in the news about a child being physically or sexually abused by an adult. In 2010 there were nearly 6 million children who were victimized by child abuse in the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,...

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When it comes to marriage the typical chain of events include dating, meeting family, getting a dog, moving into together, meeting friends and other steps so you know that you want to be married (excluding Vegas but that is another matter all together). However, it never ceases to amaze me how many people will jump...

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The Riverside County Superior Court along with other local County Courts are closing or drastically limiting services in response to COVID-19. San Diego, Orange, and San Bernardino Courts are taking similar steps. Below is Riverside County’s response. In addition, please note that the Department of Veterans Affairs office, EDD, and Labor Commission are also closing...

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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...