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With a population of about 80,000 residents, San Marcos, California is a rapidly growing city in North San Diego County. The city motto of San Marcos is the “Valley of Discovery.” The historical roots of the city date back to 1797. In the late 1700s, according to legend, a small group of Native Americans robbed the San Luis Rey Mission flocks. In pursuit of the Native American robbers, the Spanish missionaries discovered and settled in a fertile valley which they called “Little Valley of Saint Marks.”
There are many San Marcos lawyers who are qualified to handle your legal issues. San Marcos lawyers handle matters such as bankruptcy filings, employment law, divorces, and real estate disputes.
San Marcos is located in San Diego County. Therefore, San Marcos lawyers will try their cases in the San Diego Superior Court. San Diego Superior Court Civil Division has jurisdiction over all civil matters. The San Diego Superior Court Criminal Division covers all felony and misdemeanor criminal cases. In addition, the San Diego Superior Court Probate Division covers all matters related to estates, wills and trusts, and guardianships.
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