The Process of Setting Aside a Default Judgment
Have you been mailed or served with a judgment against you and you did not ever know there was a...
Read more
Advance Health Care Directive
What is an Advance Health Care Directive? An Advance Health Care Directive is important because it comes into play when...
Read more
What is a Deposition?
In a legal case, the more information that can be obtained, the better off the lawyer and client are before...
Read more
ADR and the Role it Plays in a Lawsuit
Alternative Dispute Resolution (commonly known as ADR) can settle a case before it goes to trial. Around 90% of civil...
Read more
Do I Need a Will or Trust?
Wills A will is a document where its creator, called the “testator,” will designate who receives his or her property...
Read more
The Basics of Responding to a Lawsuit
If you’ve been sued and are unfamiliar with the legal system, it is a good practice to immediately consult with...
Read more
California High Speed Rail
Raymond Carlson was recently interviewed by the Los Angeles Times for an article about the most recent setback to the California...
Read more
“Super Bowl” vs. “Big Game”
Why do so many commercials avoid saying the words “Super Bowl?” It is simple – the National Football League has...
Read more
Is Your Non-Profit Tax Exempt?
  A common misconception is that a non-profit corporation is the same thing as a “501(c)(3)” tax-exempt entity.  They are...
Read more
Payroll Mistakes Can Cost You – Literally.
  Pay stubs are not only required to be given to employees, but must also contain certain information.  If the...
Read more

Contact Us

Please understand that contacting us does not create an attorney client relationship. We would like to hear about your situation to determine if representation is possible, but we cannot become your lawyers or represent you in any way unless we know that doing so would not create a conflict of interest with any of the clients we represent. Accordingly, please do not send us any documents involved in your situation unless we have either 1) specifically requested them, or 2) agreed that we will be your law yers and represent your interests and you have received a letter from us (called an engagement letter).

Additionally, this web site is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice or the formation of a lawyer/client relationship. You should not rely on the information on this website as a substitute for actual regal advice, or a guarantee of any outcome in your specific case.