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Limited-scope representation in California

Limited-scope representation in California is the topic of this blog post.

Limited-scope representation in California is also known as “unbundling”, “unbundled legal services”, or “discrete task representation. 1,373 more words


Changing Your Child's Name on the Birth Certificate

In today’s blog we’ll break down the process of getting your child’s name changed on their birth certificate. You’ll initially file a petition for a name change in the county that your children reside. 354 more words

Birth Certificate

Gower v. Parker (In re Parker)

(Bankr. W.D. Ky. Oct. 3, 2016)

The bankruptcy court denies the debtor’s motion to dismiss the nondischargeability action. The debt arose from a burglary of an individual’s home. 122 more words


Legally Blonde-ish

Friday, August 5th, 9PM:

I walked into my house after another long day at work, flip the light switch and. . .nothing. The house was eerily quiet with only the sound of fur baby paws on the hardwood. 532 more words


The D-I-Y Dilemma

Some things we can do ourselves and all goes well.  Just as importantly, if it does not go so well we have not lost much in the process.  100 more words


Pro Se Uncontested Evictions

Can a property manager, without hiring an attorney, file a pro se eviction lawsuit against a tenant?  Maybe.

In the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals case of Ex parte Williams, 89 So.3d 135 (2011), the Executive Director of the Selma Housing Authority prepared and signed off on an eviction complaint. 346 more words

Landlord Tenant

Making Excuses - A Good Way to Lose as a Pro Se Debt Defendant

Making Excuses – A Good Way to Lose Your Debt Case

Sincerity vs. Integrity

There is, in the world, what some people call the “iron law of cause and effect.” What this means is that, for every action, something happens as a result. 702 more words

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