When is a Prenuptial Agreement Unenforceable?

Sun 12th January, 2020 Family Law

In many marriages, a prenuptial agreement is a great way to establish property interests and settle disputes before they ever arise between a couple. Prenuptial agreements dictate property distribution if the couple ever chooses to divorce and can firm up inheritance rights in blended families. However, in some cases, a […]

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID)

Mon 16th December, 2019 Criminal Law

In California, a driver can be arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. Driving under the influence of drugs is also known as a DUID. If you or someone you know has been arrested or charged with a DUID, it is critical that you […]

The Benefits of Divorce Mediation

Mon 16th December, 2019 Family Law

When most people think about the process of divorce, they picture the traditional litigated divorce in a courtroom. However, one of the fastest-growing options for navigating the divorce process in California is utilizing the alternative dispute resolution technique of divorce mediation. This process can be faster, cheaper, and less acrimonious […]

California’s Zero Tolerance Underage DUI Laws

Sun 17th November, 2019 Criminal Law

Getting arrested for driving under the influence as an adult can damage your personal and professional life, but in California, if you are arrested for DUI as a minor, the results can be even more devastating. California has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to drinking and driving underage, […]

California DUI Fields Sobriety Tests

Sun 13th October, 2019 Criminal Law

f you are pulled over in California for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, a police officer may subject you to field sobriety tests in order to prove that you are too drunk to drive. However, field sobriety tests are notoriously subjective and the accuracy of […]