Monthly Archives: August 2015

Who Can I Talk To About My Criminal Case

Remain Silent The most basic concept underlying the lawyer-client relationship is that lawyer-client interactions are privileged, or private. This suggests that legal representatives cannot reveal a criminal clients’ oral or written statements (nor attorneys’ own statements to clients) to anybody, including prosecutors, companies, friends, or family members, without their client’s

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Posted in Criminal Defense, Front Page Content

How is Child Support Determined

How California Child Support is Calculated California family court judges primarily look at two factors when calculating child support: 1. Each parent’s income 2. Time spent by each parent with the child/children However, many other factors that can affect child support amounts including: child care expenses, mortgages, taxes, and other

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Posted in Child Support, Family Law, Front Page Content

Is It Time To File For Bankruptcy

For many people, filing for bankruptcy can give them a fresh financial start. But if bankruptcy is right for you depends on many factors and consulting with an attorney from the Law Offices of Marc Grossman may be the best the way to find out. Will Bankruptcy Help? You should evaluate

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Posted in Bankruptcy, Front Page Content

How To Workout A Reasonable Child Custody Arrangement

  10 Rules to Workout a Reasonable Child Custody Arrangement You and your can’t get along well enough to stay married so how are you supposed to workout a reasonable child custody arrangement.  These 10 rules won’t solve all of your problems but they may help ease some of the

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Posted in Child Custody, Family Law, Front Page Content

Divorce Court is Expensive-Try a Settlement Conference

An estimated 95% of all divorces, including those that are simple, complex, friendly and contested, are settled without going to trial in California. Good divorce lawyers will usually encourage their clients’ to come to a reasonable settlement rather than going to trial. This is not only because in most cases

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Posted in Alimony/Spousal Support, Divorce, Divorce Trial, Family Law, Front Page Content

How Is Spousal Support Determined

In California, alimony is called “spousal support.” When a husband and wife or same sex couple divorce, the court may order the higher earning spouse to pay the lower earning spouse spousal support.  The purpose of spousal support at first is to maintain the status quo of the marriage, so

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Posted in Alimony/Spousal Support, Divorce, Family Law, Front Page Content, Uncategorized

Preparing for Your Personal Injury Deposition

Ten Steps to Prepare for Your Personal Injury Deposition First things first… What is a deposition? A deposition is a question and answer session with the other side’s attorney under oath. The defense attorney will ask you questions and you will answer.  A court reporter will take down everything that

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Posted in Business Litigation, Car Accidents, Civil Litigation, Front Page Content, Personal Injury, Work Injury, Workers Compensation

Common Car Accident Injuries

What are Some Common Auto Accident Injuries Millions of people each year suffer car accident injuries. The vast majority of injuries are what is called “soft tissue” injuries meaning that the injury you sustained was to muscle or other tissue that will typically heal without without much medical treatment. Often

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Posted in Car Accidents, Front Page Content, Personal Injury

10 Things Insurance Company Doesn’t Want You To Know

10 Things Your Insurance Company Doesn’t Want You to Know. Whether you will recover damages from an insurance company and how much you will recover often depends on your knowledge of your policy and how the insurance company administers your insurance claim. Knowing these 10 principles will help you to

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Posted in Business Litigation, Car Accidents, Civil Litigation, Fire Insurance Claims, Front Page Content, Insurance Bad Faith, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury

Hit By a Car Crossing the Street Who is at Fault

Who Is at Fault When a Pedestrian is Hit by a Car Crossing the Street? When a pedestrian is hit by a car crossing the street it is not always the driver who is at fault. Laws of negligence will usually determine who is at when a pedestrian is hit

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Posted in Car Accidents, Criminal Defense, DUI, Front Page Content, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death

How Much Your Personal Injury Case is Worth

How Much Your Personal Injury Case is Worth Many different factors go into determining how much your personal injury case is worth. The easiest way to get an estimate of how much your personal injury case is worth is to call an experienced personal injury attorney. However, if you are

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Stages of a Personal Injury Case

What are the Stages of a Personal Injury Case? Depending on the case, personal injury litigation can take many different forms.  They are often to complicated to cover every possible situation in a single blog post but knowing these basic steps may help you better understand the process. You are injured

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Posted in Car Accidents, Front Page Content, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury

How to Damage Your Personal Injury Case with Social Media

Personal Injury Content Here How to Damage Your Personal Injury Case with Social Media Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ and dozens of other social media sharing sites offer us countless ways to share every moment of lives with the world. We have become so comfortable with Instagram, Snapchat and the others that

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Posted in Car Accidents, Front Page Content, Motorcycle Accidents, Personal Injury, Work Injury, Workers Compensation

10 Common Divorce Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Emotions run high during a divorce and sometimes for many years after a final dissolution judgment has been entered. Often divorcing couples compound their problems by allowing emotions to cloud their judgment and influence their actions.  It is understandable, child custody issues, child support and spousal support payments often foster

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Posted in Divorce, Family Law, Front Page Content

Trust. Integrity. Respect.

Since 1998, the attorneys of the Law Offices of Marc Grossman have served Upland, Montclair, La Verne, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga and the surrounding communities. Our “Core Values” of: Trust. Integrity. Respect., separate us from other law firms. Our Core Values combined with our commitment to excellence in legal representation has

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