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California Budget Crisis Affects San Diego Courts

San Diego County as you may know has a number of superior courts available to its residents. At Law Office of Scott C. Soady, A Professional Corporation we file our will and trust matters either in the downtown branch of the Probate Court located at 1409 Fourth Avenue or at the North County branch in Vista.

The State has recently announced that it will close all state courts one day per month through the remainder of this fiscal year. The San Diego Superior Courts will be closed to the public on the third Wednesday of each month through June 2010. The closures will begin on Wednesday, September 16, 2009. If you had a matter scheduled for one of these dates, the court will reschedule your matter to another date. It remains to be seen whether court employees will be furloughed one day a montn to further cut expenses. San Diego has the second largest superior court bench with 130 judges and 24 magistrates.

While many businesses and corporations and state and county employees have been asked to take a furlough, Law Office of Scott C. Soady, A Professional Corporation is still open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5 pm to address your estate planning needs. Our estate planning attorneys practice in the areas of trust administration, probate, wills, trusts, conservatorships, guardianships, will and trust litigation, special needs trusts, charitable trusts and other areas. Feel free to call us for a complimentary and confidential consultation about your estate planning matter.

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