Tag Archives: Convenience

Transfer Motions in California Divorce Proceedings Filed in the Middle of the Case for a Party's Convenience (or on Other Grounds) Cannot be Granted

Dear Reader: I apologize for not providing updated materials on new and interesting topics involving California divorce for many moons, on our Enlightened Divorce Blog™. I've just been too preoccupied with the daily grind. But once in awhile something tweaks … Continue reading

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California Statute Regarding Convenience Checks Not Facially Preempted By Federal Law

Question: Is section 1748.9 of the Civil Code, which requires certain disclosures to credit card holders who use preprinted "convenience checks," preempted by the National Bank Act? Answer: No, according to Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division Three, in Parks … Continue reading

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E2 Visa Status Approved for National of India and Canada for Gas Station and Convenience Store

Congratulations to our client, a dual national of India and Canada, who recently had his E-2 Visa status approved through a domestic application with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  Our client purchased an existing gas station and convenience … Continue reading

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Medical Marijuana License: the Ultimate Convenience!

Medical Marijuana License: the Ultimate Convenience! Whispered Medical Marijuana License Secrets Thankfully, Californians enjoy the simplest way to talk to a health marijuana physician and become accepted for medicinal cannabis on the web. Arizona was among the initial countries to … Continue reading

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Convenience Fees Not Allowed Without Consent in Debt Agreement

Debtors have multiple payment methods they can use to transfer money when repaying debts. Some forms of payment incur additional convenience fees, such as when debtors use credit cards or money orders. Creditors have at times formed agreements with the third-party vendors to share these … Continue reading

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