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Untold Stories of Family Estate Disputes | CA Probate Litigation

Family Estate Litigation Disputes | Untold Stories

What Can You Do If Estate Property is Wrongfully Taken? | CA Probate Litigation

Estate Theft & the 850 Heggstad Petition | CA Probate Litigation

Ransacking a Decedent's Home | A Common Case in CA Trust Litigation

Estate Theft | CA Probate & Trust Litigation

CA Trust Mills | Send in the Clowns

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Elder Financial Abuse | Alameda, Contra Costa & San Francisco

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Will Sharing Netflix Land You in Jail?

Netflix Jail.jpgOver the past week, sharing, it seems, is daring - the long arm of the law to come and arrest you. Thankfully, all you Netflix users can rest easy - you're not going to the slammer anytime soon. In the recent case of The United States vs. David Nosal, one man's password-stealing days are over. The matter has been an ongoing court battle after Nosal was caught obtaining unauthorized access to the proprietary materials of his former employers, Korn Ferry International. With Nosal's conviction, Americans have been worrying that sharing their video streaming accounts would make them an actual character in their favorite prison show.

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