Riverside County Superior Court

If you reside in Riverside county California and you have a legal issue chances are you will be dealing with the Riverside County Superior Court as this is your jurisdiction. The court locations include Banning, Blythe, Corona, Hemet, Indio, Moreno Valley, Murrieta, Palm Springs, Riverside and Temecula.

Typically you will be going to the court house near you to dispute issues in the areas of civil, criminal, divorce, child custody, probate, small claims and traffic violations. You can also pay fines at the court house.

Other services include searching public records or court cases. They have self-help areas both at the court house and online where you can find the proper forms and procedures to assist you if you don’t have a lawyer.

If you get called for jury service chances are you will meet at one of the court houses in the Riverside county court system. You can go online to their website to check if you are dismissed.

All and all the justice system is a publicly available tool that you can use for disputes as well as defending your rights as a citizen of Riverside county.

Elder Law Center, P.C.

Ronald W. Ask, since passing the California State Bar Exam in 1981, has had a long history of serving the Riverside and San Bernardino County communities in many types of law, but particularly in the areas of wills, trusts and estate planning, Medi-Cal eligibility qualifying coupled with asset protection, conservatorships, probate, will contests, trust administration and trust litigation.

Mr. Ask has been a bankruptcy law practitioner since 1982, as well.

If you have questions about Medi-Cal, Protection of the Home, Conservatorships, Trusts, Probate or Relief from Debt, Ronald Ask will help you with answers.

Mr. Ask is a member of:

  • The State Bar of California
  • The National Association of Elder Law Attorneys

For several years, beginning in 1993 and continuing on into 1998, Mr. Ask spoke to groups at many senior centers and other public forums on a regular basis. The subjects of his speaking engagements were Estate Planning, Living Trusts and Long Term Care planning. In recent years, the press of his court calendar has necessitated that he limit his speaking engagements. He nevertheless makes himself available upon request, depending on his court schedule.

Mr. Ask has been a guest speaker at the University of California, Riverside, on occasions where panels of persons in the legal community have been scheduled for discussions for the benefit of pre-law students.

Mr. Ask has also been invited as a guest lecturer at Riverside Community College on subjects such as Probate and Estate Planning and on Consumer Bankruptcy.

He has also appeared as a “talking head” on Los Angeles based network news and on Coachella Valley Television News on issues such as Advance Health Care Directives and Adoption.

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Visit website: www.elderlawcenter.net