If you are getting a divorce, filing for custody, or involved in another family law issue, there are several options that may be available to you.
As an individual facing a legal issue, your first thought might be to immediately consult with an attorney. While in many circumstances this is in fact the best option, attorney fees can be costly and add up quickly, and some legal issues can be resolved without needing representation.
Discrimination/Civil Rights California Rural Legal Assistance, mentioned in part 1 of this blog post, also assists individuals with civil rights issues. They are located in Santa Maria and can be reached at (805) 922-4563. The American Civil Liberties Union is a nationwide nonprofit organization that assists individuals in legal matters such as first amendment rights, […]
DINNER / RECEPTION A post golf and tennis reception will begin at 5:00 pm at the Sandpiper Grill, to be followed by dinner starting at 5:30 pm. Dinner is $50 per SBCBA Member/$55 per Non-SBCBA Member (after September 8th: $60/$65) GOLF Meet at the Sandpiper Golf Course at 11:30 a.m. Shotgun starts at 12:00 pm. […]
If you cannot afford an attorney, there are several local resources that can assist with various legal matters. Part 1 covers landlord/tenant law, family law, and civil litigation.
Please note that the Justices' Reception has been postponed! No date has been selected yet.
Please join us for the Crown Jewel of local MCLE: The Bench & Bar Conference 2017
WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2017, 8:15 am – 4 pm.
WHERE: at the Historic Santa Barbara Superior Courthouse
You are invited to the 2016 Annual Dinner!
WHEN: Thursday, November 3rd at 5:30 pm, dinner at 6 pm.
WHERE: The Canary Hotel
On/before 10.14: Members $95/Non-members $105
After 10.14: Members $105/Non-members $115
Please contact the SBCBA to reserve email@example.com
The Richard Abbe Humanitarian Award will go to: Judge George C. Eskin (ret.)
The Frank Crandall Community Service Award will go to: The law firm of Hollister & Brace