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Court Pleading Paper

Court Pleading Paper

I’m not a lawyer, I am a judgment referral expert. This article is my opinion, and is not legal advice, based on my experience in California. If you ever want a strategy to use or legal advice, please contact a lawyer.

The phrase “Pleading Papers” has two meanings. One is the careful and important concepts and wordings that create a formal motion or a response for a court matter, and this article isn’t about that. This article discusses the alternative meaning of the term “pleading paper”, the fundamental formatting needed on every court filing.

Every court has rules about the form your paperwork (pleading papers) must conform to, before they will be recognized for filing in their court. Every state has general court rules. In California, one can search for “California rules of civil court”.

Most rules on pleading paper specify the use of spacings, fonts, styles, colors, margins, and line numbering. Even more court rules specify more significant matters like describing records, transcripts, citing methodologies, etc.

There are many reasons for the rules and laws concerning pleading paper. One reason is to allow the court and other parties to find information quickly. Many courts require pleading …

Secure Paper Shredding to Prevent Identity Theft

Secure Paper Shredding to Prevent Identity Theft

What many Americans do not realize, is that it is 100% legal for people to rifle through your garbage. In this digital era, most identity theft still occurs through the paper trail. Therefore, it is imperative for businesses and individuals to destroy any sensitive information on paper and consider a document shredding service when applicable. Criminals will take it upon themselves to “dumpster dive” for your valuable information to steal from you. By shredding all documentation, containing sensitive, personal information, you are taking one of the most important steps towards protecting your identity, and safeguarding your family’s future. The fact is that everyone should shred their personal documents in order to avoid a detrimental situation.

What Should I Shred?

Items that should be shredded would be anything that includes your social security number, your signature, medical records/bills, legal information, account/bank information that you no longer need, and passwords and PIN’S. You should also consider secure shredding for any sensitive material that includes, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses.

How Long Should I Hold On To Documents Before Shredding Them?

After a long period of time, you may find that your file cabinets have …