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California Coalition Opens Crowdfunder Campaign

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2014-12-30_13-59-55December 30, 2014–San Diego, CA–California Coalition today announces opening of its Crowdfunder equity offering campaign for investors interested in participating in California Coalition’s groundbreaking reform, parent resource, and professional network.  California Coalition is offering 100,000 shares of AA voting stock at par value of $1.00 per share.  The subscription period is from December 30, 2014 until January 31, 2015

From the Letter to New Investors by Colbern Stuart, California Coalition’s President:

Dear California Coalition for Families and Children, PBC Shareholder:

Thank you for participating in our family law reform enterprise. By purchasing equity in California Coalition for Families and Children, PBC, you have made a critical contribution to what we believe is a history-making achievement in the improvement of outcomes for families and children throughout the United States in the crisis of a domestic dispute. Our litigation, online resources, and professional network is a major advance in the evolution of family law, judicial accountability, and legal ethics. We are honored to have you as a shareholder, colleague, and partner in our journey.

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2 Comments

  1. “The “Nick Macchione, FACHE, Director of San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency – Department of Child Welfare Services” [aka “CPS”] (see Biography & Photo at website http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov:
    IT IS AGAINST THE LAW TO USE A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT RESTRAINED ORDER TO SETTLE CIVIL DISPUTE BETWEEN NON-DOMESTIC PARTIES

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