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Having a good attorney from the start is known to make a tremendous difference. We advise our clients on how to "set the right stage" from the start to protect their financial interests and custody rights. Ilona Antonyan is an expert in family law. She is a Certified Family Law Specialist. To obtain this title, attorneys are tested by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, and must meet rigid requirements. Not every San Diego lawyer can call them-self an expert in family law. At The Law Office of Ilona Antonyan, APC it is our job to protect you and your children during this turbulent time. We are your weapon in court, and your friend for life. Experienced in litigation and handling the following: • Divorce • High Profile Divorce • Legal Separation • Annulment • Domestic partnerships • Property Division (Assets and Debts) • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements • Spousal Support (Alimony) • Paternity • Child Custody and Visitation • Child Support • Move-Away requests • Stepparent Adoptions • Domestic Violence • International Abduction of Children • Restraining Orders • Post Judgment Modifications The Law Office of Ilona Antonyan, APC is conveniently located at the Symphony Towers in downtown San Diego, California near Freeway 5 and 163. Our attorneys and staff strive to remain in close contact with our clients to answer your questions in a timely manner. Call (619) 696-1100 today to secure your rights and claims.
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On Tuesday, Nov. 4, you can make a difference by voting YES on Prop 46. Prop 46 will save lives. A vote of YES on Prop 46 will: 1. Increase the medical practice limit from $250k to 1 million. • Accountability for medical harm: In 1975 California established a $250,000 cap on the amount of pain and suffering damages that can be awarded to those harmed by medical negligence. That amount has not been adjusted for inflation, despite the cost of everything else skyrocketing over the past four decades. • Foes of Prop 46 are financed primarily by the malpractice insurance industry, which has poured in most of the money into the $57-million campaign against the initiative. They’ve launched a statewide ad blitz centered on distortions and fear tactics. • They claim updating the cap on malpractice compensation would lead to soaring medical malpractice premiums and cause doctors to quit or leave the state, reducing your access to health care. They won’t offer you any evidence, because there is none. And they won’t tell you that in states where similar caps have been not just adjusted but eliminated in recent years, malpractice premiums have not gone up and there are actually more doctors per capita since the caps were removed. 2. Require drug and alcohol testing of doctors just like airline pilots, bus drivers, and dozens of other public safety professions. Why is that important? The California Medical Board says experts estimate that nearly 1 in 5 doctors will abuse drugs or alcohol in their lifetime. 3. Crack down on prescription drug abuse by requiring doctors to check the existing database before prescribing powerful narcotics. Prescription drug abuse raises healthcare costs -- over $55 billion in 2007 alone. The state Legislative Analyst's Office says YES on Prop 46 could provide "significant" savings by requiring doctors to check the existing database. 4. Provide access to justice for those harmed by medical negligence by adjusting the cap on pain and suffering and wrongful death for inflation. Preventable medical errors kill up to 440,000 Americans every year – it’s the nation’s third leading cause of death behind only cancer and heart disease. The current cap on damages hasn't changed since 1975, while the cost of living has quadrupled over that time. Adjusting the cap for four decades of inflation will hold doctors accountable for needless injuries and deaths caused by medical negligence. The insurance industry has vowed to spend over $60 million to defeat Prop 46. We are on the side of the patients, not the insurance companies. Please join us in voting YES on Prop 46.