Month: March 2015

Catch Up On The Latest From The Division of Investigation

New on The DOI Page: A southern California man has been charged with 11 felonies after an investigation revealed he was illegally using licenses belonging to an Architect and Professional Engineer. Read more here. P.S. Don’t forget to subscribe to The DOI Page! By subscribing, you will receive instant email updates to your inbox. Subscribe…

Check Out CalBRE’s Newest Licensing Video

  Now, there is one more tool at your disposal when applying for a Real Estate Broker’s License. The California Real Estate Bureau has a new tutorial video for those individuals interested in applying for a Real Estate Broker’s License.  In just a few minutes you’ll learn the guidelines and steps in order to complete…

New Video on the California Lemon Law

Have you ever wondered when a car is considered a “lemon?”  Do you know what to do if you think your car might be a lemon?  The Department of Consumer Affairs’ Arbitration Certification Program (ACP) has released a new video to educate consumers on the California Lemon Law and how the ACP can assist consumers…

Now Online: Physical Therapy Board of California’s Strategic Plan

Check out the Physical Therapy Board’s (Board’s) recent accomplishments and goals for the upcoming years. Visit the Board’s website and download its 2014-2017 Strategic Plan. # # # The Physical Therapy Board regulates more than 27,000 licensees who practice physical therapy in California. The license status of physical therapists and physical therapist assistants can be…

Why Hiring the Right Fiduciary is Critical

The importance of finding the right Professional Fiduciary was brought to light with the unfortunate, cautionary case of a Bay Area fiduciary whose license was recently revoked after dozens of clients were bilked of more than $16 million. Christine Backhouse was stripped of her State license after a yearlong investigation found she was partially to…

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