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Apple Valley is a town in San Bernardino County which got its name from Ursula M. Poates’ apple trees that she planted to prove fruit could be grown in the Mojave Desert. Remembrances of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans are afoot in Apple Valley as seen through names of roads and highways in conjunction to the insitiutions they founded, which include St. Hillary’s Episcopal Church, a home for boys, and a juvenile detention center.
Apple Valley is a great place to find a lawyer who is familiar with local San Bernardino County court procedures. Lawyers in Apple Valley take many different kinds of cases; some examples include: green card immigration, child custody, chapter 13 bankruptcy, estate administration, and wrongful termination cases.
An Apple Valley woman recently filed a lawsuit against Sprint and is now seeking class action status. Selina Hayslet realized that Sprint workers, as she claims in her lawsuit, had been extending her contract each time she called customer service. When Hayslet decided to try to cancel her contract, she was told that it was recently renewed. While Sprint had no comment, the lawsuit is ongoing.
If you are thinking of filing a lawsuit in Apple Valley, you’ll probably be visiting the San Bernardino County Superior Court Civil Division. California courts require you to file with one of many different jurisdictional divisions that make up the superior court. The Family Division covers all domestic issues including divorce and child support, while the Criminal Division summons those who have cases brought against them. Make sure you file with the correct division or your case may be thrown out.
The best way to make sure that you are filing with the correct court and division is by hiring an Apple Valley lawyer through LegalMatch. LegalMatch is a free pairing service that allows you to view prices, past clients’ reviews, and availability schedules of lawyers in Apple Valley. Also, check out all of the reference materials that the LegalCenter has to offer including tips on how to select the best lawyer for your case.
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