Let’s Talk About… Securing Attorney Fees With A Family Law Lawyer’s Real Property Lien
Legal Aid Society of Orange County presents:
Let’s Talk About securing attorney fees with
A Family Law Lawyer’s Real Property Lien
Want to learn how to really get paid for the work you do? What must the attorney do to create a family code section 2033 lien on the realty? What are the reasons to do it or avoid it?
How does Ramirez vs. Rand (2011, 198 C.A.4th 336) apply?
Speaker will be attorney David Wald
An attorney since December of 1973, Mr. Wald received his Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law (San Diego) and for the past forty years has been active in the community assuming various leadership roles in Orange County charities and philanthropic organizations including the Newport-Mesa YMCA, the US Open of Wheelchair Tennis, and Children’s Hospital of Orange County. As a hobby, he performs with the Master Chorale of Saddleback Valley. A past adjunct professor of law at Golden Gate University (10 semesters teaching family law to CPA candidates) he is currently guest lecturer each semester at Irvine Valley College Paralegal Studies.
Introduced by Commissioner Richard G. Vogl (Ret.)
(“Let’s Talk About…” is a series of classes sponsored by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County and led by Commissioner Vogl. This series covers a variety of court issues and is for MCLE credit for lawyers, paralegals, and office staff.)
Date: August 11, 2015
1 hour MCLE
12:15 PM to 1:15 PM
Location: 2101 North Tustin Avenue, Santa Ana
Bring your lunch and questions!
Cost: $25 -or-
Volunteer in LASOC’s Family Law Clinic immediate -or-
Accept a pro bono case with one of LASOC’s clients
Law students and judicial officers admitted without charge
Legal Aid Society of Orange County
2101 N. Tustin Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 927005
714-571-5204 office * 714-571-5188 FAX
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