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Ventura County Community College District Trustee Stephen P. Blum re-elected to California Community College Trustees Board

Ventura County Community College District Trustee Stephen P. Blum re-elected to California Community College Trustees Board

Ventura County Community College District Trustee Stephen P. Blum, Esq., was re-elected to the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) Board for a second three-year term during the CCLC 2017 Annual Trustees Conference in Lake Tahoe, May 4-7, 2017.  The CCCT Board serves a major role within the Community College League of California (CCLC) in representing […]

California Approves Use of Transfer Upon Death Deed

California Approves Use of Transfer Upon Death Deed

In California, where property values are high, the cost to probate an estate for the transfer of a home is costly. As such, savvy homeowners take action to avoid such costs via trusts or via property ownership which includes a right of survivorship. Thanks to the Assembly Bill 139, which becomes effective on January 1, […]

Good Fences = Good Neighbors: Encroachment = Lawsuit

Good Fences = Good Neighbors:  Encroachment = Lawsuit

Balancing the Hardships: Equitable Easements Shoen v. Zacarias By: Jeffrey Leung, Esq. and Jean Wilcox, Esq. The proverb “good fences make good neighbors” has been traced through history and appears in many cultures and languages. One version or another can be found in German, Norwegian, Russian, Japanese and Hindi literature. Even Benjamin Franklin had his […]

On DUI- An attorney’s view

On DUI- An attorney’s view

By George Miller Print/bookmark this article and give it to a friend who needs help! With the Labor Day weekend coming up, we are reminded that more Americans are killed or injured because of impaired driving accidents than from wars. Legislators, law enforcement, courts and civil libertarians have struggled over what to do about this […]

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

By Debra Tash & George Miller     A forum on the new de facto national Common Core Standards and curriculum was held at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park on November 6th, 2013, to explain WHY it’s desirable to “opt-out” of Common Core “data mining,” and HOW to do it. A previous debate in June […]