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Hi i'm paul wall and senior partner at Wallin & Klarich if you're watching this video there's a good chance that you have questions about child custody in California everyone knows that there's nothing more important in a person's life than their children and when someone goes to a custody dispute it is the toughest time in their life because you have questions will my child be taken from me how much time will I have to be with my child who's gonna make the decisions about my child's welfare at Wallin & Klarich we have been helping people with child custody issues for over 30 years and the first thing you need to know is there are two types of custody in California there is legal custody and there's physical custody and unless you know the difference between the two you can't prepare yourself for a court battle legal custody in California has to do with who will make the decisions as to the health education and welfare of your child that means who will decide where they go to school what religion they will follow what extracurricular activities they will do at school those kind of critical day-to-day decisions in California the court has to decide which parent will have legal custody in the vast majority of cases the courts ruled that both parents should share legal custody that means both parents must work together to decide those critical things what doctor should I go to what Dennis should I go to should my child have surgery the court normally will say both parents must decide and if they can't decide then the judge will step in so don't expect that if you go through a custody battle that you are going to get control over the legal issues such as that that rarely happens physical custody is completely different and it is very very important of course and physical custody means what percentage of the time will each parent have with the child the general rule in California is that 50/50 split is the best the court wants both parents to have a lot of time with their children and that makes sense however there are some cases where that just can't work what happens when one parent lives in California and one parent lives in Virginia for example so the court has to look out for the best interest of the child in every case if you hire our law firm we will do everything possible to get you the best custody decision in your case we know what is in the best interest of children and we know how to get it call us now for a free consultation we'll answer all your questions you'll be glad you did thank you very much.


How can I find out about the specifics in California with ride share laws?
Good Day to You Adam, My first attempt at researching the State of California website for “ride share”, using the available search engine on that site either produced no information or thousands of hits (while trying different advanced features). Spending considerable time looking through the pages of results, produced nothing related to “ride share”. I did not however try the Public Utilities Commission Office as suggested by Joe Belkin, but the search engine for the legislature. (I took the question from my “Notifications”, then started researching, without going to the question webpage first. • My Bad) Time to try a different approach. My favorite federal government search engine at www.usa.gov proved to be a much better choice. I used the term “ride share laws”. The search engine showed results for “rideshare laws”, instead of the three (3) words originally tried by referencing your question. I will share some of the results specific to California. First, allow me to pryou with a link to these results, so that you can have access, to continue where I leave off: https://search.usa.gov/search?af... Now to some findings specific to California: AB-2293 Transportation network companies: insurance coverage • California Legislative Information http://leginfo.legislature.ca.go... New insurance rules for ride-share companies and drivers take effect today • California Department of Insurance http://www.insurance.ca.gov/0400... Eligible vehicle list • Single occupant carpool lane stickers • California Environmental Protection Agency http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/car... What’s an HOV lane? • California Department of Transportation http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/paffair... High Occupancy Vehicle Systems • California Department of Transportation http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/traffop... Why can’t the Toyota Prius and Honda Insight get a carpool lane sticker? • California Environmental Protection Agency http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/car... State Employee Parking and Commute Program • Office of Fleet and Asset Management http://www.dgs.ca.gov/ofam/Progr... California DMV Retracts Alert Affecting Ride Share Operators • California Department of Motor Vehicles https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dm... District 3 Park and Ride Lots • California Department of Transportation http://dot.ca.gov/dist3/departme... Rideshare L.A. County http://rideshare.lacounty.gov/pr... Carpool Guidelines • San Bernardino County Commuter Services http://cms.sbcounty.gov/hr-commu... What’s happening with Rideshare Programs? • California Department of Transportation http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/paffair... Clean Air Vehicle (CAV) Decals • High Occupancy Vehicle HOV Lane Usage • California Department of Motor Vehicles http://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv... Transportation Enforcement and Licensing • California Public Utilities Commission http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/transport... County of San Bernardino Hybrid Vehicle Carpool Policy (pdf) http://cms.sbcounty.gov/Portals/... California Laws and Incentives • Alternative Fuels Data Center • U.S. Department of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center California Driver Handbook • Lane Control • California Department of Motor Vehicles http://dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/det... Laws & Regulations • State of California(This is where I started. If you select “See All 29 Codes” you will find the search engine.) http://www.ca.gov/Work/LawsAndRe... Rideshare Tools • Human Resources department • San Bernardino County http://cms.sbcounty.gov/hr/Benef... 25.070 Clean Air Vehicle Stickers (CVC §§5205.5 and 21655.9) • California Department of Motor Vehicles http://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv... The above list takes in what seems to be relevant to your question. You will note that many of the links do not take you to specific laws. Use the link at the top of this answer to continue researching for resources and information. This is the most comprehensive answer I can give you. You can always use the search engine link at the top of this answer to try your luck with different keywords. The State of California website can be distinguished in the listings by looking for “http://ca.gov. I hope you find this helpful My Best to YouArth
Why did Hillary Clinton fail the D.C. bar exam? What percentage of Yale students fail the D.C. Bar Exam? Did the test decrease in difficultly since Hillary took it? Does the exam test knowledge of The U.S. Constitution?
Bar exams are not easy. Although they’re not the impossible challenges that some lawyers like to claim (the equivalent of “walking uphill in snow to school every day” stories), it’s definitely true that anyone, including graduates of the nation’s best law schools and people who will go on to have exceptional legal careers, can fail once. (People who fail multiple times are a different matter.) This is because the bar exam requires the test taker to demonstrate a wide knowledge of the law (including subjects that most people do not study in law school) and apply these diverse legal principles correctly. An otherwise intelligent student who does not put in a sufficient amount of preparation (or does not prepare the right way) is going to have a difficult time, because it’s impossible to “b.s.” your way out of the bar exam in the same way you might write a long, flowery essay that says nothing in high school or college and still get a passing grade. If you don’t know a sufficient number of tested legal concepts and how to apply them, there’s no escape, and you’re going to fail.Even though it sometimes seems like everyone in D.C. is a lawyer, only a few hundred people take the D.C. bar exam each year, compared to thousands in states like New York, California, and Texas. This is because, generally speaking, a member of any other American state bar in good standing is allowed to “waive in” to D.C., that is, complete an application, pay a fee, and thereby become a member of the D.C. bar without examination. As a result, most lawyers who want to practice in D.C. tend to take the bar exam of another state first, and then go the application route. I, for example, passed the summer 2022 New York bar exam and then I filled out paperwork for D.C. in 2022. Another reason people avoid the D.C. exam is because it is tough, both in content and pass rate: pass rates for first-time test-takers are often materially below other jurisdictions, and are definitely not 75% (which is the rough average for first-time takers in all states). Therefore, only those who are convinced that D.C. is the one jurisdiction they’re going to practice in and the small percentage of lawyers who cannot waive in to D.C. wind up taking its bar exam. Given that D.C. was the first bar Clinton sat for, it’s safe to say she was in the former category.So what happened to Hillary Clinton? I suspect that her story is far from unique, and is shared by many other people who failed the bar the first time out but passed the next time: either (1) she didn’t sufficiently prepare for the bar exam because she assumed, by virtue of her being a smart Yale Law grad, that she could wing it, (2) she studied for the bar, but not in a way that increased her chances of success (the DIY approach is often a recipe for failure), (3) she was going through a difficult time leading up to the exam and was not focused on the bar, (4) she psyched herself out while taking the exam, and/or (5) she did not manage her time well during the exam, and therefore didn’t complete questions/essays, losing lots of points in the process. These are pretty much the standard explanations as to why someone who should pass the bar nonetheless winds up failing.As to the other questions:I don’t know that there are enough Yalies taking the D.C. bar for there to be a meaningful sample for a pass rate. Let’s assume Jane Smith from Ohio attended Yale Law and wants to practice in D.C. She’s almost certain to take another state’s bar exam—options for Smith might include Maryland or Virginia (jurisdictions adjacent to D.C.), New York or California (huge legal markets and also bars that most of Smith’s classmates will be studying for over the summer), Connecticut (maybe she likes New Haven), or Ohio (so she can always go home if D.C. doesn’t work out)—and then waive in to D.C. for the reasons I discussed above. I’d be shocked if more than 1 or 2 Yale grads (if any) take the D.C. exam in a typical year. I’m a Stanford alum, and after California and perhaps New York, D.C. was the most common post-graduation destination, yet I’m not aware of anyone sitting for the D.C. bar.The exam has not changed materially in difficulty since Hillary Clinton’s era. D.C. remains, by both reputation and statistics, one of the 5 or so toughest bar exams in the country. And affirmative action doesn’t have anything to do with the subject, states rarely alter the difficulty of bar exams, but when they do, it is typically because of long-term trends in supply or demand (too few/many people seeking admission). As a general matter, bar exams don’t change materially from year to year in terms of difficulty, as a license earned in 1985 should be reflective of the same competence as one earned in 2022 or 2022. There would be a serious problem for the profession if consumers of legal services connected a lawyer’s year of admission to their perceived capabilities as a lawyer, e.g., “everyone knows that lawyers admitted to the bar prior to 2022 are much smarter than post-’08 lawyers.”Here’s a list of topics covered by the exam: https://law.wisc.edu/academicenh.... The exam, like most, does test Constitutional law, although it is typically a limited component of the exam (also, like most).
How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
How do I share my Google from to people to fill out?
Actually, if you hit the edit button, it will take you to your editting page (which by the way only you can access), at the top right there's a send button. It will generate a proper shareable link for you.
How do I sell my car in California? What do I need to have filled out in the pink slip?
If the pink slip is in the seller’s name, the seller needs only:Release interest (sign and date line 1a). If there are two registered owners separated by the word AND, then you’ll need line 1b as well.Complete the odometer disclosure (reading, sign and date as seller). If the car is more than 10 years old, this portion is not required.Tear off the Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability. Collect the buyer’s information using this form. You could mail it in, but I recommend filing online instead.There’s no need for the seller to do anything else to the title. The back is for the buyer to worry about.If you have adequate time to prepare in advance, I recommend visiting DMV (or an auto club) to obtain two original watermarked REG 262 forms. These are transfer forms with signature lines for both buyer and seller. Complete and sign two originals, crossing out the power of attorney section. Each party keeps a fully executed original.If you can’t get hold of REG 262, you can download REG 135 instead, but these do not have signature lines for the buyer. Less than ideal, but better than nothing. Leave the DL number blank though. You don’t need to share that information.
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