The IRS has powerful debt collection tools that greatly exceed those available to most nongovernmental creditors. Liens, levies, wage garnishments, and asset seizures become available to the IRS with fewer procedural protections for the debtor than would be present when a general commercial creditor attempts to collect a debt.
The ACBA Family Law Committee would like its members and any interested parties to know about SB 917 and SB 1255 – two bills which are currently pending in the State Legislature – and could impact all of us in Family Law Court.
Betsy Brazy opened the Law Office of Betsy Brazy in Oakland in 2012. A graduate of Golden Gate University School of Law, she specializes in helping students with disabilities advocate for their education.
A study this past month suggested that as many as 50 percent of adults fail to recognize ads in Google’s search results. That’s probably good news for anyone currently running a pay-per-click (PPC) campaign, but also a bit disconcerting given Google’s large yellow “ad” label that appears next to all paid results.
Maureen Bessette is an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the United States Attorney’s Office, Northern District of California. A former chief of the Oakland Branch Office, Maureen is responsible for prosecuting white collar cases […]
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People need meaningful access to legal representation and justice. Barriers to effective right to counsel denies the most basic human rights and can lead to life-altering consequences.
Did you know that there are 3 open seats on the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda bench? Are you confused about who to vote for? We’ve got you covered.
The Volunteer Legal Services Corporation (VLSC) is proud to honor Christina Cisneros with our annual Volunteer of the Year – Rising Star award. Christina participated in VLSC’s Annual Family Law training in 2014 and has been consistently volunteering with us ever since. She volunteers for the Family Law Day of Court (FLDOC) program almost on a weekly basis, if she’s not also volunteering at another one of our Family Law and Guardianship Clinics.
Newly assigned to probate, Judge Reardon has sat on the bench since 1998. In his spare time he is active in the local theatre community, landing roles in “Anything Goes” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”