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Recent Trust Litigation Victory For SBEMP: Co-Trustee Removed For Violations of Fiduciary Duties

Trust Case Summary: As a result of the intervention of SBEMP, a recent court decision ordered a co-trustee in violation of fiduciary duties be removed

Posted in Trust, Trust and Estate Law, Trust and Estates, Trusts and Estates

The Use of Special Needs Trusts in Estate Planning

Special Needs Trusts Most parents want to leave assets to their children when they die. If an individual with a significant cognitive disability receives assets, they

Posted in Special Needs, Trust, Trust and Estate Law, Trust and Estates, Trust, Estate, and Probate Litigation, Trusts and Estates

What is Anti-Trust Law?

Antitrust law refers to the extensive category of federal and state laws that aim to ensure that enterprises operate honestly and fairly. The objective of

Posted in Litigation

What is Advertising Law?

While advertisement is universal, many people are unaware that there are laws and stipulations that govern the manner in which corporates may or may not

Posted in Litigation

November Litigation Updates

SBEMP Wins in Court of Appeals For Morningside Community: Court Denies Anti-SLAPP Motions Plaintiffs and Respondents, homeowners in the Morningside community in Rancho Mirage, challenged

Posted in Litigation

Recent Victory for SBEMP: Court Grants Motion for Temporary Restraining Order

The San Bernardino County Superior Court granted a motion, made on behalf of the City of Needles (Plaintiff) for a temporary restraining order against an

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Posted in Civil Law, Government Law

SBEMP Wins in Court of Appeals For Morningside Community: Court Denies Anti-SLAPP Motions

Case Summary Plaintiffs and Respondents, homeowners in the Morningside community in Rancho Mirage, challenged an amendment to their homeowners association covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs)

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Posted in Appeals, Appellate Law, Litigation

California Court Awards Banning Resident $220,000 in Legal Fees

Frank Burgess, a resident of Banning, was awarded over $200,000 in legal fees after a court determined that the California Fair Political Practices Commission had

Posted in Litigation

ABLE Accounts

  Are you saving for your child’s education? Did you know that saving money in a traditional 529 account can cause ineligibility problems for your

Posted in Special Needs

SBEMP Wins $220K For Banning Man

  The fundamental right of due process is essential to a free society. When Frank J. Burgess was unfairly accused and penalized without warning by

Posted in Litigation

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