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Taxpayers in California are aware that they must work with multiple government agencies to satisfy all aspects of their income and other tax obligations. Aside from handling one’s federal income tax and other obligations with the IRS, a taxpayer is also…

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Same-sex couples in the United States have faced numerous obstacles and challenges raised by traditionalists. While the exact level of difficulty faced varies across states and individual experiences, all same-sex couples have been forced to contend with…

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Decades in the past, individuals did not necessarily have to fret over retirement as Social Security benefits and pensions earned over decades of working were typically sufficient for retirement. However, as the deceased continued on, employers began to…

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On this blog, we have previously addressed some of the changes introduced by the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 (PATH Act). The changes introduced by the PATH Act means that some taxpayers will have to take timely action to ensure that he…

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In California and throughout the United States, few, if any, taxpayers actually enjoy paying taxes. However, the duty to file informational returns and pay taxes due on income and other economic activity is a duty that should never be neglected. In most…

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Most landlords are aware that, in California, a sheriff plays a major role in an unlawful detainer action filed to evict a residential tenant. While most landlords understand that the sheriff will play an essential role in this process, they may not…

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Residential landlords seeking to remove or evict a problem tenant in California are generally aware that notification must be provided before an unlawful detainer action can proceed. However, some landlords may fail to take these actions and expose…

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If the tenant has fallen behind in the payment of rent, and there are no other reasons to evict the tenant, the landlord should serve on the tenant a Notice to Pay or Quit.  This notice essentially states that the tenant must pay the past due rent within…

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Landlords who have a tenant who hold over beyond the terms set forth in their lease often face a situation where a lawful detainer action becomes necessary to remove a residential tenant. In other circumstances, a tenant may need additional time on his or…

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Many landlords are well-aware that certain notice must be provided to a tenant to terminate a lease. However, landlords are often confused regarding the proper form of notice required. A Sacramento real estate attorney of the NewPoint Law Group can…
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