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Fair_Rulings

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STOP AB 2303
« on: Jun 15, 2006, 10:02:19 PM »
AB 2303  #7 will give immunity to Minors Counsel.  Minor's Counsels often ride the gravy train at your expense instead of zealously representing their clients.  Too often they align themselves with a party in the action.  It is particularly unfair when a parent cannot afford their own attorney to be ordered to pay for minor's counsel.  You could be stuck with minors counsel till your child turns 18 and not have any recourse if they make mistakes.  Write a SIMPLE letter to the following urging them to vote against it.  Reform Family Law, you can make an impact.

Please Write to:

The Honorable Dave Jones
Chair, Assembly Judiciary Committee
State Capitol, Room 3126
Sacramento, Ca.  95814
Fax (916) 310-2109     (where the bill originated)

The Honorable Joe Dunn
Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee
State Capitol, Room 2080
Sacramento, CA.  95814
Fax (916) 323-2323   (where the Bill should soon be assigned)

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RE: STOP AB 2303
« Reply #1 on: Jun 21, 2006, 11:43:24 AM »
This Bill will be reformed, your letters help! REFORM FAMILY LAW

 

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