Gomez Edwards Law Blog
An advance health care directive is a legal document that allows you to name the person who will make medical decisions for you in the event you are unable to do so for yourself. The health care directive also guides that person on what your medical wishes are, so...
Everything you need to know about domestic violence and the California Domestic Violence Prevention Act.A 6-part series. Part 1: What is domestic violence? And how do I start seeking my safety? One area in which we are passionate about assisting clients is the...
When it comes choosing a attorney, most people to feel unsure about the steps they should take to conduct their search. Questions such as: “Where do I start? What do I ask?” and “How do I know if I’ve found the right attorney for me?” are completely understandable and...
Though a different set of laws governs estate planning and family law, family law and estate planning issues frequently intermingle. While this may be the case, it is essential to understand that attorneys who primarily focus on one area may not be prepared to...
When it comes to the dissolution of a marriage, in California there are three main ways to legally proceed: mediation, collaboration, and litigation. In today’s blog post, we’ll explain the differences between two of these approaches: mediation and litigation. So, if...
Increasing Protections for Victims of Intimate Partner Violence This past September, the California State legislature voted to approve critical changes to California’s Domestic Violence Prevention Act (“DVPA”). These changes, which went into effect on January 1, 2021,...
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