Michael Raymond Daymude’s Guides

Michael Raymond Daymude

Sherman Oaks Litigation Lawyer.

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  1. Have you been served? Do these things in this order.

    Written by attorney Michael Daymude, over 1 year ago.

    1. Note when you were served. On a separate sheet of paper note the date, time, and place you were served along with any other details regarding the service you feel are important. DO NOT write on the summons or complaint, highlight portions of the complaint, or mark or write on...

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  2. Bankruptcy and Your Inheritance

    Written by attorney Michael Daymude, about 2 years ago.

    How an inheritance will affect your bankruptcy depends on: 1) timing; 2) your Chapter filing; and 3) the amount and nature of the inheritance. In Chapter 7 liquidation cases there is a 180 day rule. If you are to receive an inheritance from a decedent who died within 180 days p...

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  3. California's Deficiency Statutes Summarized

    Written by attorney Michael Daymude, about 2 years ago.

    The increase in foreclosure and short sales in recent years has sparked some new legislation which expands Californias anti-deficiency laws. Californias present and impending anti-deficiency statutes, all contained in the Code of Civil Procedure, are summarized below. Section 5...

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  4. Statute of Limitations on Promissory Notes in California

    Written by attorney Michael Daymude, about 2 years ago.

    What is the statute of limitations for an action on a promissory note? The statute of limitations for an action upon any contract, obligation or liability founded upon an instrument in writing, i.e., a promissory note, is four years. Code of Civil Procedure section 337. When a...

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