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Larry L. Nash, Attorney at Law

Larry Nash has a law practice in Northridge (CA)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Family Law, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation matters.
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19420 Business Ctr Dr #102, Northridge, CA 91324
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  • California (CA) 1972
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    Los Angeles: Northridge
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    Guest opinion: Paid family leave would let dads take time to be dads
    Billings Gazette There is no national law on paid parental or family leave. Only California and New Jersey have paid family leave insurance programs, offering up to six weeks of partially paid family leave, entirely funded by small worker payroll contributions. A few ... more »
    Family caregivers on the rise, study says
    USA TODAY The study shows the portion of adults who are family caregivers jumped from 30% in 2010 to 39% in 2012. Almost two-thirds of these caregivers support a parent or in-law, the study by the Pew Research Center and the California HealthCare Foundation says. more »
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