Job Requirements, Description, Tasks for LFLG Paralegal and Office Coordinator Levine Family Law Group, headquartered in Alameda, CA is seeking an Office Coordinator / Paralegal to join our team. This position is integral to operations and will help ensure that all aspects of the law firm are working well and coordinated so that we can deliver an excellent client experience. LFLG has two core offerings: (1) brick and mortar office working directly with local clients who have a range of … Continue Reading »
For years, we have made access to justice a core value. In 2019, Monica Espinosa, Esq. played a significant role in a pro bono case that ultimately saw a man wrongfully imprisoned for decades be released to his family. In 2018, the Levine Team received congressional recognition for our pro bono volunteer work with the Alameda County Superior Court. And, in 2017, we launched Hello Divorce, an affordable, online platform for consumers navigating divorce. And yet, prior to George Floyd’s death, … Continue Reading »
Please note: The information on this post is accurate as of TIME on March 20, 2020. We will try to keep this post as updated as possible as events continue to unfold. But remember, if you have legal questions, it’s always best to get specific legal advice from a lawyer. LFLG is currently offering steeply discounted 30-minute legal consultations at a $99 flat rate, until April 1. Contact us here. California’s statewide shelter in place directive has left many parents … Continue Reading »
Coronavirus is on all of our minds. We’re following CDC guidance; we’re washing our hands, we’re sanitizing the surfaces we touch, stocking up on disinfectant, and hoarding toilet paper. (Why toilet paper? Why??) What you might not be thinking about (yet) is how coronavirus could impact your divorce process. Which is why I’m here with this Q&A about how to prepare yourself if and when the time comes that coronavirus does start to impact your divorce: I’m quarantined due to … Continue Reading »
Did last year fly by or what? 2019 was awesome but we are super excited to get working in 2020 and…. get our kids back to school ;-). Seriously though, this year was one of the first that we took some REAL time off over the holidays and we feel rested, inspired, recharged and ready to hit the ground running. 2019 was one of our favorite years in that it was action packed from day 1 and we really got … Continue Reading »
10 years ago, Erin Levine and Shelley VanRenselaar left their comfortable jobs at a bustling law office in Fairfield, CA to venture out into the unknown. Armed with her signature pink briefcase and the best paralegal in town, Erin set out to build Levine Family Law Group – a full-service boutique firm in Emeryville, CA. 10 years later, LFLG has solidified its place as a leading divorce and family law firm in the San Francisco Bay Area. So what is … Continue Reading »
If you’ve been weighing divorce and have decided that 2019 is the year you move to your next chapter, there are a few new laws you should know about before you file. Changes to Spousal Support When sweeping federal tax reform became law in late 2017, it included a big change to the way spousal support would be considered, beginning January 1, 2019. In the past, the spouse providing support would get a tax deduction for the payments, and … Continue Reading »
Levine Family Law Group is pleased to share that two of our attorneys have been selected for recognition by Super Lawyers* of California. Erin Levine and Ashley Schuh have been selected as a Super Lawyers, 2018! An update on our story: This has been a fabulous year for the Levine Team! We continue to provide unique legal solutions for modern families in the San Francisco Bay Area. We’ve decided to use this post as an opportunity to share some of … Continue Reading »
Erin Levine will be presenting a continuing education program for lawyers on January 18, 2018. The MCLE will be on issues related to law firm growth, management, systems and marketing. This is not just relevant to Family Law attorneys. Would love to see you there! (NO RSVP required).
Originally published by the Bar Association of San Francisco, Authored by Stan Sarkisov and Carleigh Kude Language and laws reflect the values of society—and we are a nation of equals. Unlike codified equality, human hearts and minds are not so orderly. As receivers of information, our myriad cognitive biases allow us to process the data we consume. Our biases have also been institutionalized, written into the language of our nation’s founding legal documents. The Founding Fathers (or men) made sure to … Continue Reading »
Erin made sure I understood what was happening every step of the way and was sure to answer every single question I had. Her undivided attention, professionalism and communication are the reasons I will contact her any time I need an attorney!