To Waive or Not to Waive, That is the Question: Handling Waiver, Appearances, and the Reading of Rights
Conservatees are required to receive notice of the proceedings, appear at the hearing, and be informed of their rights. But…Does it really matter? Does my client really need to receive these documents, be at the hearing, and listen to the judge recite this stuff? With my lengthy experience, can’t I handle this for him/her?
Presenter; Co-Author, Aviva Bobb Advanced CAC Training – LACBA 2021 – “To Waive or Not to Waive, That is the Question: Handling Waiver, Appearances, and the Reading of Rights”, Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), 2021
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