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Congratulations to Samantha Armijo
Congratulations to Samantha Armijo

The Law Offices of Shauna M. Albright would like to congratulate Samantha Armijo on becoming the President of Inland Counties Association of Paralegals for 2020. The Inland Counties Association of Paralegals(ICAP) is dedicated to promoting the paralegal profession in San ...

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  • Congratulations to Samantha Armijo

    The Law Offices of Shauna M. Albright would like to congratulate Samantha Armijo on becoming the President of Inland Counties Association of Paralegals for 2020. The Inland Counties Association of ...

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    As we continue to practice social distancing and fall into our new normal, I and my legal team have been inundated with calls from moms and dads just like you wanting to know what steps can be taken ...

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    Over the past couple weeks, I have received many phone calls from parents wanting to know how the courts are going to handle cases moving forward. It’s true. We are in a state of uncertainty. There ...

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    A question I am often asked is, “How much is child support?” The honest answer does not bring much comfort to my clients: “It depends.” Child support is a calculation that the State of California has ...

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