California Judicial Council Suspends Evictions- Part 1 of 2

Monday, April 6, 2020. Today, the Judicial Council of California amended the California Rules of Court by Emergency Order to put a hold on all evictions in California with very limited exceptions until 90 days after California’s COVID-19 state of emergency ends. The Emergency Order goes much further than Governor Gavin Newsom’s Executive Order N-28-20 from March 16, 2020 that authorized Counties and Cities to Read More

Are You an Agent under a Power of Attorney? Here’s What Happens when it’s Time to Act

If you have been nominated or appointed as the agent of a Power of Attorney, you may wonder what all that entails. To put it simply, the individual who has the power of attorney (the “agent”) will make decisions on behalf of the person who wants help (the “principal”). These decisions will typically be regarding legal matters, financial matters, and in some cases, medical decisions. There are some key things to know Read More