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Author Topic: Los Angeles Court Appointed Attorneys in Dependency Court  (Read 6197 times)

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Los Angeles Court Appointed Attorneys in Dependency Court
« on: Feb 20, 2007, 01:55:05 AM »
There are four new law firms for court appointed attorneys in Los Angeles that are under the supervision of "Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers, Inc."  As of February 20, 2007 they have not filed their Corporation with the STATE BAR which they need to do in order to practice law as a corporation.  This means that if you have a court appointed attorney from one of the four firms then they maybe representing you illegally!  Many of the attorneys working for the four firms have also worked as Children's attorneys and are now representing parents, which is a CONFLICT of law.  I urge people to contact the state bar and request the bar to fax and/or mail them a copy of the certificate or information showing the status of the corporation "LOS ANGELES DEPENDENCY LAWYERS, INC."  There is an ongoing LAWSUIT that has been filed in Sacramento called: Los Angeles County Dependency Attorneys, Inc., v. State of California.  Soon the venue will be changing to San Francisco.  Note one corp., is called Dependency Lawyers and the other is Dependency Attorneys.  As of January 2, 2007 Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers, Inc. was suppose to take over and move into the 4th floor at 1000 Corporate Center Dr. in Monterey Park.  As of today they still haven't moved in and they are providing an address that is nothing, but an empty room with construction debris.  There are no phones, desks, files, carpet... NOTHING.  If you are having problems regarding your representation, wish to file a bar complaint against your attorney, you might want to mention that Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers, Inc., are not certified with the State Bar as a corporation. Don't be a victim of the system!


 

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