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by pcdev
6d ago
Please join Moore Law for Children and Council on Aging Southern California to create handmade Valentine’s Day cards for seniors in long term care. Mother Teresa said: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples.” In 2020, I decided to make a positive impact in our community, even if small. The goal was to create many ripples to make a wave of change. Each month my team and I invited the community to join us in different community service projects. In February of 2021, inspired by Valentine’s Day, I wanted to touch the lives of one of our mo ..read more
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Medicinal Cannabis Use in Schools
Moore Law for Children Blog
by pcdev
3w ago
What is Medicinal Cannabis? Medicinal cannabis is all parts of the plant Cannabis Sativa L., whether growing or not. This includes the seeds and the resin extracted from any part of the plant. It also includes every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant, its seeds or resin. However, cannabis products in a smoke or vape form are not considered to be medicinal. Use of Medicinal Cannabis One of the first steps in the legal authorization of medicinal cannabis use began with the Compassionate Use Act of 1996. This act provided that a patient or a patient’s pr ..read more
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Reflections and 2022 Wishes
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
3w ago
“Cheers to a new year and another chance for us to get it right.” Oprah Winfrey As the year draws to a close, and I prepare my resolutions for the new year, I ponder the past 12 months for lessons and blessings.  2021 was not the magical bridge from 2020 that I hoped; it was a very rough start, ending with another Covid bang! We had to cancel our trip home to New York to be with my family for Christmas as more than half of them tested positive for Covid and the other half was quarantining.  Despite the rocky beginning and hardships over the course of 2021, there have been many lesson ..read more
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Can Attorneys Advocate at College Discipline Hearings?
Moore Law for Children Blog
by pcdev
2M ago
Universities implement discipline hearings for a wide range of alleged offenses, and the consequences can be quite serious, including suspension or expulsion from the school. Further, if the administration or the other party reports the issue to the police, criminal charges can also be a concern. If you are facing a disciplinary hearing for any reason, protecting your rights and your future is paramount. You have the right to legal guidance and representation, and you’re well advised to have an experienced school discipline attorney in your corner. The Disciplinary Hearing The fact is that dis ..read more
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Adopting My Adult Stepchild in California
Moore Law for Children Blog
by pcdev
2M ago
If you are a stepparent who has been a parent figure in your stepchild’s life for years but were not able to adopt them prior to them turning 18, you’ll be heartened to learn that the process for adult adoptions is far more straightforward – but still comes with legal complications that must be considered. Adopting your adult stepchild can formalize your position as their parent and highlight your commitment to being there for them into the future. An experienced adoption attorney can help you make this desire a reality. Adult Adoption Adult adoption in California refers to the legal process o ..read more
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How to Help Those Bullied by Teachers
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
3M ago
When we think of our children being bullied, we tend to think of other schoolchildren doing the bullying. If, however, your child’s teacher is the bully, it makes the matter that much more reprehensible and that much more challenging. If you believe your child is being bullied by their teacher, don’t wait to reach out for the professional legal guidance of an experienced school discipline attorney. Bullying Defined Bullying amounts to anything that targets a person – in this case, a student – on the basis of any of the following: Ethnicity Race National origin Sexual orientation Gender Disabi ..read more
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IEP and 504 Review Special for July
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
4M ago
Is your family ready to go back to school this Fall? Summer is here! Which means Fall is right around the corner… To better prepare your family for the upcoming school year, Moore Law for Children is offering an IEP or 504 Plan review at a discounted rate to our current and former clients. For a flat rate of only $500, the IEP or 504 Plan review will include the following services: A review of your child’s most recent IEP or 504 Plan A review of your child’s grades, progress and goals for the previous academic year Reminders to parents of important dates and deadlines for annual IEP’s and Trie ..read more
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Wave of Change: Sending Love to Seniors for Valentine’s Day
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
4M ago
When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” –Paulo Coelho Inspired by Mother Teresa’s words: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples,” I started a Wave of Change last September, where every month we find a way to give back to our community. My hope is that each ripple created will come together to create of wave of change for the better. This month, inspired by Valentine’s Day, I want to touch the lives of our most vulnerable populat ..read more
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Going Back to School and Giving Back to the Community
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
4M ago
“Education is the difference between wishing you could help other people and being able to help them.” -Russell M. Nelson Summer is winding down, and it’s back-to-school time. I hope your summer was filled with family and friends, time to relax, new adventures, and good health. I was blessed to have my eldest son home from college in Utah for the summer, and we enjoyed family trips to new places: Canada and Costa Rica. This time with family and friends was highly restorative. Last week my children went back to school. My eldest son is back in Utah and my youngest son just had a successful fi ..read more
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Wave of Change Continues with Child Abuse Awareness Pinwheel Planting
Moore Law for Children Blog
by Moore Lawyers
4M ago
“The true character of a society is revealed in how it treats its children.” – Nelson Mandela  The Wave of Change continues to grow. It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than 2 years since our world shut down.  Back in the first few months of the pandemic in 2020, we witnessed so much suffering that was new and frightening.  One area was in our stores, restaurants and service businesses. My business also was affected with the school closures. Perhaps yours was too.  I felt powerless.  And while there is so much we cannot control, there are things we can do to hel ..read more
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