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  • Expanding Los Angeles County Court Openings
    Expanding Los Angeles County Court Openings

    On June 12, 2020, Los Angeles County Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile sent out a news release regarding the opening of the county court systems in Covid 19 era. “As we go deeper into the phased ...

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  • LACourtConnect in Covid 19 Times
    LACourtConnect in Covid 19 Times

    Although Los Angeles County is beginning to open up amid the Covid 19 pandemic, social distancing is still the best way to ensure prevention of the spread of the disease. The Los Angeles County Court ...

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  • What NOT to Bring to a Los Angeles Court
    What NOT to Bring to a Los Angeles Court

    When entering a Los Angeles County Courthouse, there are certain things to bring with you, and certain things not bring because it’s against the law. In January of 2019, the Superior Court filed a ...

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  • Covid 19 and Remote Weddings in Los Angeles County
    Covid 19 and Remote Weddings in Los Angeles County

    In March of 2020, in response to the covid-19 pandemic, the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk closed all of its offices to the public. In late April, California Governor Gavin Newsom ...

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  • When Parenting Courses Aren't Necessary
    When Parenting Courses Aren't Necessary

    Father [F] and Mother [M] never married, by they had a daughter together [D]. F also had five grown children from previous relationships. M also had children from previous relationships, but all four ...

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  • The Coronavirus and Its Effect on Family Law
    The Coronavirus and Its Effect on Family Law

    The coronavirus has caused a shut down of every aspect of life in California, including families and the law. Many people have lost their jobs or are afraid to share custody of their children because ...

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