Family Law

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: DACA is Back, Trump is Thwarted Again – This Time By a Republican Appointed Judge

On April 24, 2018, Federal Judge John D. Bates for the District of Columbia ruled DACA must remain in place and that the government must resume accepting new applications. 

Judge Bates had concluded that the Trump Administration’s decision to cancel the program was done without any explanation as to how the program was unlawful, and thus the decision was “arbitrary and capricious” in violation of the Administrative Procedures Act (“APA”). In determining that the Court had authority to review the Trump Administration’s decision to rescind DACA, it explained: 
…the cases are clear that courts have the authority to review an agency’s interpretation of the law if it is relied on to justify an enforcement policy, even when that interpretation concerns the lawful scope of the agency’s enforcement discretion.  See Chaney, 470 U.
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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Can A Quit Claim Deed Change Community Property to Separate Property?

By Sabi Mand, Esq. on September 6, 2017


What is Community Property in California?

California is a community property state. Community property is any property, asset or even debt accrued by the couple during the course of their marriage. Courts have held that the character of the property as separate or community is typically determined at the time of its acquisition.  However, one of the ways the parties can change the character of a property is with a quit claim deed, assuming several factors are met.

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