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Eliza Jasinska

Eliza Jasinska

CALL TODAY 866-248-0535 Contested Divorce; Custody; Child Support; Injury
  • Family Law, Workers' Compensation, Nursing Home Abuse ...
  • California
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Bringing a rich and diverse skill set to the legal arena, I specialize in an array of practice areas, including Family Law, Personal Injury, Abuse and neglect, Worker's Compensation, and Medical Malpractice. What sets me apart is the unique fusion of legal understanding and medical expertise, underlined by licenses from the California State Bar and the Board of Registered Nursing.
My academic background reflects a commitment to excellence, holding a Juris Doctor with a Children's & Family Certificate from JFKU, School of Law. Further complementing my legal credentials is an MSN/BSN obtained from CSU, Dominguez Hills, showcasing a comprehensive understanding of medical intricacies crucial in fields like Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice.
Noteworthy is my certification in Mediation conferred by the Congress of Neutrals, which shows that it's a valuable asset in navigating the complexities of legal cases.
Active engagement with esteemed professional associations, including the State Bar of California, California Lawyers Association, and various county bar associations, underscores my commitment to ongoing professional development. By staying abreast of legal developments and cultivating a robust network, I ensure that my clients benefit from the latest insights and resources in the legal landscape.

My extensive qualifications uniquely position me to address your legal needs comprehensively and effectively. Whether you are navigating the sensitive terrain of Family Law, seeking redress in Personal Injury cases, addressing instances of Abuse and neglect, pursuing Worker's Compensation claims, or dealing with complexities in Medical Malpractice, rest assured that my combined legal and medical expertise is at your service.
With a commitment to excellence, a dedication to continuous learning, and a multifaceted skill set, I stand ready to advocate for your rights and deliver effective solutions to your legal challenges.

John F. Kennedy University
J.D. (2016) | Family Law, Elder Law, Public Interest
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California State University - Dominguez Hills
M.S. (2008) | Nursing Administration
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California State University - Dominguez Hills
B.S. (2002) | Nursing Public Health
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Professional Experience
Attorney at Law
Jasinska Law Firm Professional Corporation
- Current
Attorney, Executive Director
Advocates for the elderly and disabled
- Current
Family Law
JFKU School of Law
Elder Law
JFKU School of Law
Professional Associations
State Bar of California  # 337575
- Current
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Board of Registered Nursing  # 561130
Registered Nurse
- Current
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of California
ID Number: 337575
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    Free and Paid Consults, Flat Fees, and Payment Plans for Qualified Clients We offer client credit. Welcome to Jasinska Law Firm—where your story matters, and we're committed to achieving the best outcomes for you. Specializing in injury and family law, we navigate the complexities of your legal journey, from fighting insurance battles to representing you in court. For family matters, we offer tailored solutions in general family law, domestic violence, and complex custody disputes. In Los Angeles Courts, we serve as minors' counsel, handling mediation and litigation matters. Explore our blog for insights or reach out directly via email or our contact form. Your unique story is important, and we're here to help you find the right solutions. Let's navigate your legal challenges together—reach out today! The law firm is dedicated to understanding each client's unique story and is committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for you.
Practice Areas
Family Law
Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Prenups & Marital Agreements, Restraining Orders
Workers' Compensation
Nursing Home Abuse
Personal Injury
Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
Medical Malpractice
Birth Injury, Medical Misdiagnosis, Pharmacy Errors, Surgical Errors
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Legal Answers
Q. What method does a former conservatee use to consent to a final accounting and waive the accounting?
A: In legal proceedings involving conservatorships, the process for a former conservatee to consent to a final accounting and waive the accounting typically involves the following steps:

Preparation of Final Accounting: The conservator prepares the final accounting document, which details all financial transactions and management activities that took place during the conservatorship.

Notice of Hearing: The conservator files a petition for approval of the final accounting with the court and schedules a hearing. Notice of the hearing is provided to all interested parties, including the former conservatee.

Consent and Waiver Forms: The former conservatee needs to complete specific forms to consent to the final accounting and waive their right to a formal hearing. The exact forms required can vary by jurisdiction, but they often include:

Consent to Final Accounting: This form indicates that the former conservatee has reviewed the final accounting and agrees with its contents.

Waiver of Accounting: This form states that the former conservatee waives their right to a detailed review and hearing regarding the accounting.

Signature and Notarization: The former conservatee must sign the consent and waiver forms. In some jurisdictions, the signatures may need to be notarized to ensure their authenticity.

Submission to the Court: The signed consent and waiver forms are submitted to the court as part of the petition for approval of the final accounting.

Court Review: The court reviews the final accounting and the submitted consent and waiver forms. If everything is in order, the court will issue an order approving the final accounting and formally ending the conservatorship.
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Q. Protected information, but personal data in in hospital possession
A: Regarding the hospital's obligation to disclose, generally, a party to litigation must disclose any non-privileged material that is relevant to any party's claim or defense and is in its possession, custody, or control if requested during the discovery process. However, certain information may be protected under statutes such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), state laws, or professional ethical rules.
Q. Scope of privilege log
A: A privilege log is generally created to identify documents or communications that a party considers to be privileged and thus exempt from disclosure during the discovery process in litigation. The scope of a privilege log should cover all sets of discovery where privileged information is identified and withheld.

The items in a privilege log typically include a basic description of the document, the date, the parties to the communication, the nature of the privilege claimed, and any other information needed to establish the basis of the privilege without revealing the information that is considered privileged. The specific requirements for a privilege log can vary by jurisdiction, and local rules and case law might provide refined guidance on these requirements.

Keep in mind that the creation and scope of a privilege log might be subject to negotiation between the parties, as well as orders from the court. If you're asking about the status or contents of a privilege log in a particular case, you'd need to check the case docket, and discovery orders, or directly consult with the attorneys handling the case.
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245 Fischer Ave Suite D-2
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
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