Livermore is the eastern most city in the Bay Area and is part of Alameda County. Most noted for the Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, Livermore is also home to the Centennial Light which is a 4 watt light bulb that has been burning continuously since 1901 in the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department.
Lawyers in Livermore take all kinds of cases, some of which include: chapter 13 bankruptcy, wrongful termination, child support, DUI, as well as will and trust cases. Livermore lawyers are well acquainted with Alameda Superior Court procedures and can help you solve most legal issues.
A Livermore man has recently filed a lawsuit against the Local 304 Laborer’s International Union. The lawsuit alleges that jobs were unfairly distributed among Livermore union members, favoring those who provided bribes. The case was filed in San Francisco Superior Court because filing attorneys said it would provide the best platform for the case; the Local 304 maintains offices in Livermore, San Francisco, Oakland, and Hayward.
If you are thinking about filing a lawsuit in Livermore, you will probably visit the Alameda County Superior Court and be filing with their Civil Division. If you are looking to fight criminal charges, you will likely be summoned by the Criminal Division of the superior court. Divorces, child custody, child support, and other domestic issues are under the jurisdiction of the superior court’s Family Division.
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For more information on Livermore lawyers and courts, please check out the links below:
- Alameda County Law Library
- City of Livermore, CA
- Judicial Branch of California Courts
- Alameda County Bar Association
- Lawyer Referral Services in Alameda County, CA