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Attorney Maria F. Alvarez of Long Beach, CA; certified Dumbo

The state of California provided Maria Francesca Alvarez with a law license in 1987 after she graduated from Loyola University Law School in Los Angeles.
The California Bar Court found Maria guilty of the following misconduct.
  1. Failed to provide competent legal services (Dumbo)
  2. Engaged in filing frivolous lawsuits
Alvarez and her mother agreed in writing that Alvarez would have authority to sell or transfer a cafe´ owned by her parents upon her mother’s death. The document, however, had no legal effect. After her mother’s death, Maria sold the café and later sued the buyers for alleged misappropriation.
The trial court tossed Maria’s lawsuit because she had no legal standing to file the lawsuit. Subsequently, Maria filed a second complaint against the buyers; however it was also tossed by the court because the statute of limitations had passed. Now ya gotta be a big time Dumbo to fail to file a lawsuit within the two-year statute of limitations to do so.
As a consequence of Maria’s frivolous lawsuits, the trial court awarded the buyers $70,000 in attorney fees, a ruling that was upheld by the Court of Appeals.
Maria’s Hyperbolic (BS) Defense
Maria had the audacity to defend her misconduct by claiming she suffered extreme emotional distress when her parents died. Don’t we all? As usual, the buffoons (my apologies to buffoons) sitting on the Bar Court credited Maria with mitigation based on this irrelevant BS.
As a consequence of his misconduct, the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the California Bar Court punished Maria by gifting her with a stayed 90-day suspension of her law license. In truth, the morons on the Bar Court didn’t provide any meaningful punishment to Maria.
As we speak (ca. August 2012) Maria practices at 415 West Willow Street in Long Beach, California.

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