Michael Collum, Double Threat

Tweet Seriously, what is not to like about Michael Collum, Lawyer? After looking at several contenders and speaking with dozens of people who I trust and respect, DESPERATEEXES.com declares Michael as one More »

What’s Up at the Mosk Part 2

Tweet We have Judge Emily T Spear in department 65, and Judge Jennifer H. Cops in department 81. If you saw these two on the street, you would likely assume professional women More »

What’s Up at the Mosk Part 1

Tweet The other day I was roaming around the Los Angeles Superior Courts, at the Mosk.  Many ask me “How do you find the courts so interesting?” Pretty easy actually. I have More »

Welcome Brot, Gross, Fishbein.

Tweet Here I am sitting and relaxing before I go out with a team to serve some papers on people who are resisting the process of “process” when I get an email. More »

Beware of Anklebiters

Tweet Well, the world of DIVORCE is not an easy swamp to navigate; most attacks come around your ankles. Ankles you ask. Sure, most of the folks who will attack you will More »

 

Full Speed Ahead!

Tweet Well the crew at Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers, LLP are at it again! Expanding! Expanding what is likely the largest family law practice in the United States today. M.O.L.M. is like a beehive; it slows down a little during

Happy Retirement!

Tweet One thing for sure here in sunny southern California is that things change, and most of the time unexpectedly, like all this damn rain! For us here at DESPERATEEXES.com we are sad to report that my friend Fred Silberberg

Michael Trope Moves Office to Beverly Hills

Michael Trope

Tweet Michael Trope Moves Office Michael Trope started a new firm in Beverly Hills called Trope Fein, LLP.  Trope moved his office to 9150 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 209, Beverly Hills, CA 90212.  Phone number is 310-432-5175 and Fax 310-432-5178. Trope

Verdicts for sale

Tweet Many of you know my thoughts on private judges, as in “rent-a-judge.” These are retired bench officers who you can hire by the hour to help you avoid the courthouse.  Some have a management group that takes care of

Judge Hal

Tweet “Artificial Intelligence” is coming into all of our lives like a runaway freight train, with no way of stopping. It’s been reported that “AI” is likely to replace 40% of jobs that are now being done by humans in

No means $$

Tweet Well you know sometimes one of my family members reminds me of what I have done in the course of my work.  I am often told that it is possible that I am one of a few private investigators

I did it my way

Tweet Well, it has been quite a summer, and I have been flooded with requests as to why there have not been any new articles. Well, life is life, and frankly, as I have grown older, I find that I