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Your Attorney’s Obligation to Confidentiality

If you have hired an attorney, the attorney can be held liable for not keeping certain things about your conversation private. Under the State Bar of California, Rules of Professional Conduct, with rare exceptions, an attorney has an obligation to uphold client confidentiality. The most fundamental principle in attorney-client privilege is the preservation of the client’s confidential information, which includes the conversations held between the attorney and his or her clients.  The attorney-client privilege serves to encourage clients to seek legal assistance and communicate fully and frankly with their attorney on all matters even if embarrassing and legally damaging.  Furthermore, the...

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An Overview on Spousal Support

Alimony, also known as spousal support, is a form of payment that is received from one spouse to another after an order has been made in a separation or a dissolution (divorce) case. These forms of payments are meant to support the disadvantaged spouse in an economic way so that he or she may experience a comparable standard of living as he or she enjoyed while in the marriage. In most cases, the spouse who earns higher wages is ordered by the court to pay spousal/partner support to his or her former partner. If you believe you are entitled to receive...

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Understanding the Difficulties in Child Custody Disputes

Child custody disputes arise most commonly when there is a parental divorce or separation and in cases where children have two parents who were never married and who do not live together. The children of these families can be affected in countless ways. If you are going through a divorce or separation, there are a few aspects you should consider. Seeking the help of a qualified attorney can guide you through the process. He or she can counsel you to determine what factors will affect your child custody case. If you have a child custody case in the state of California,...

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Understanding General Partnerships in the State of California

A general partnership in the state of California is the collective entity that is formed when two or more individuals and/or entities engage in a trade or business. The intent of all shared activities is to share profits as well as losses. General Partnership versus Sole-proprietorship A General Partnership in the state of California is one of the most common arrangements of business ownership. This form of arrangement is very similar to an arrangement known as sole-proprietorship. There is, however, one main difference between the two. A businesses ownership known as sole-proprietorship refers to a single individual who is the one responsible...

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