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Kenneth Sisco

Kenneth Sisco

Available on weekends and evenings
  • Legal Malpractice, Business Law, Bankruptcy
  • California
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Biography

The only thing worse than getting beat up, is getting beat up by the one who is supposed to protect you. You are not alone. When you are let down by the person in whom you placed your utmost Trust, you need a very special kind of representation. I have Decades of experience aggressively dealing with attorneys from all areas of practice.

EDUCATION
Graduated from Paramount High School, Paramount, California, 1962
Graduated from California State University, Long Beach, Long Beach, California, 1968. B.S. Degree in Social Sciences. B.S Degree in Political Science.
Graduated from Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, Juris Doctor, 1975.
EMPLOYMENT
Deputy Sheriff, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, 1966 to 1974. Promoted to rank of Sergeant and put in charge of Legal Unit, within the Sheriff's Department, acting as legal advisor to Sheriff and liaison between County Counsel and Sheriff's Department.
Attorney at Law, Southern California, 1976 to Present. General Practice with emphasis on Legal Malpractice, Business Planning and Litigation; Bankruptcy.
LAW PRACTICE
Admitted to California Bar, 1976, and admitted to practice before all four Districts of the Federal Court.
Admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Nevada, 2011.
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Ninth Circuit, 1985.
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Eighth Circuit, 1991.
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, 2000
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit, 2001
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit, 2011
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit, 2016
Admitted to Practice before the United States Court of Appeals Federal Circuit, 2016
Admitted to Practice before the United States Tax Court, 1981
Admitted to Practice before the United States Supreme Court, 1997.

Practice Areas
    Legal Malpractice
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
    Bankruptcy
    Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
Additional Practice Area
  • Civil Litigation
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    I do not charge to get to know each other, and to familiarize myself with your case, in order to decide whether I can benefit you. However, I do not give free legal advice, nor will I provide you, free of charge, with your roadmap to the best result.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    I accept contingent fees if I am certain I can obtain and collect on a judgment. In some cases I accept a hybrid contingency. For example, I would accept one half my usual retainer; I would accept a fee at one half my hourly rate, and a contingency fee of one half my usual percentage.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
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2nd Circuit
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6th Circuit
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7th Circuit
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8th Circuit
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9th Circuit
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11th Circuit
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Federal Circuit
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Supreme Court of Nevada
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U.S. Supreme Court
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United States Tax Court
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Ken Sisco, Attorney at Law
- Current
Education
Southwestern University School of Law
J.D. | Law
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California State University - Long Beach
Undergraduate Degree
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Professional Associations
California State Bar  # 69814
Member
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
District Governor, Founder's District, Toastmasters International, Orange County, California
Toastmasters International
Public Speaker for more than 25 years
Legal Answers
46 Questions Answered
Q. do we have to have answer a interrogatory and admission is there a form we can file to refude to answer till court date
A: The flippant, snarky, and downright rude (apologies) answer is, "Yes, it is called a 'Request for dismissal of your case,' or if you are the Defendant, it is called 'Withdrawal of Answer to Complaint.' If you want to litigate your case, and go to trial, then you must participate in the litigation. Responding to discovery is a major part of that process. Both sides have the right to ask the other, What are the facts supporting your position? If you refuse to respond to proper items of discovery, your case will be dismissed, or if you are the Defendant, you will be defaulted, and Judgment will be entered against you.
Q. An Attorney falsified his billing to cover up trust documents in my favor. Where should I file a complaint?
A: I agree with Mr. Selik's answer, as far as it goes. However, your question is far to sparce and lacking in detail and context, to provide a meaningful answer. I am available for a free consultation, over the weekend, at 714 265-7766.
Q. is a reply in opposition to a demurrer on ok caption to oppose a motion to dismiss a first or second amended complaint
A: I assume you are the Plaintiff, representing yourself. The title of your filing will be "Memorandum of Points and Authorities in Opposition to Demurrer." It is not required, but the Demurring Party may file a "Reply to Opposition," five Court days before the hearing. Good luck.
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Contact & Map
3574 Bluff Street
Norco, CA 92860
Telephone: (714) 265-7766