Legal Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Get answers to frequently asked questions from experienced Santa Rosa bankruptcy lawyers, family law attorneys, and trial attorneys at Embolden Law PC. Call us or schedule a consultation today and get legal help.

General Legal Questions

I am not sure if I have a case. Can you help me?

Absolutely. Our experienced lawyers can assess the legality of your situation and let you know if you have a case or not. We may also be able to estimate know how much your case may be worth, how long the process will be and what will be required to win.

It depends on the type of lawsuit you have. The statute of limitations, which is the deadline for filing a lawsuit, is different per case and per state. We offer free consultations to evaluate if you still have time to file. “Time is of the essence” so call us or schedule a consultation today.

Common Legal Questions

My issue was several years back. Can I still file a lawsuit?

It depends on the type of lawsuit you have. The statute of limitations, which is the deadline for filing a lawsuit, is different per case and per state. We offer free consultations to evaluate if you still have time to file. “Time is of the essence” so call us or schedule a consultation today.

Yes. We are licensed to assist clients across the state of California. Each US state has its own labor code in addition to federal laws. At Embolden Law PC, we have extensive experience in dealing with employment issues of all sorts.

Unfortunately workplace abuse is more common that we think. Sometimes it is created by a specific co-worker, supervisor or vendor, while other times it is created by poor company management and ethics. Either way, it is illegal and workers in California are protected under the law. Abuse can be physical and/or emotional. Various labor laws protect from discrimination and harassment. To better understand your legal rights and options, you should speak with an experienced labor law attorney like those at Embolden Law PC.
In the US, we have what is called “no-fault” divorces which means that if one spouse wants a divorce, they cannot be stopped from doing so. Unfortunately you cannot stop the divorce proceedings. You can try to ask your spouse for a cooling off period after which he or she can reconsider the divorce or you could have a friend or spiritual leader speak with your spouse. Either way you should meet with your own divorce lawyer to make sure your legal rights are protected.
Unfortunately workplace abuse is more common that we think. Sometimes it is created by a specific co-worker, supervisor or vendor, while other times it is created by poor company management and ethics. Either way, it is illegal and workers in California are protected under the law. Abuse can be physical and/or emotional. Various labor laws protect from discrimination and harassment. To better understand your legal rights and options, you should speak with an experienced labor law attorney like those at Embolden Law PC.

Children, especially during their teenage years, can cause issues to the decision that was made legally regarding their custody. Often times, unless someone files for a petition for modification of the child custody agreement, no legal action is needed. We can recommend some different steps you and/or your ex-spouse could take to ensure a continuation of the agreement. In such delicate situations, we highly recommend you meet or speak with us so that you can understand the legal implications of your teenager’s decision.

It can be scary when a person frightens you with a lawsuit. The truth is often time neighborly matters can be resolved amicably via legal mediation. In some more drastic situation California real estate laws but also laws that might be involved in your specific situation.

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