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We can verbally verify information you already have, but cannot provide any new information.
Please include your name used at the time the W-2 was originally issued, your social security number, the year of the W-2 that you are requesting, and self-addressed stamped envelop. Please sign this request.
If you wish you may call the office and ask for the Payroll Section at (209) 385-7511 and give them the same information as stated above.
A guardian or conservator is a person or organization that is appointed by the court to arrange for the personal care or finances, or both for someone who has been found by the court to be unable to do so (the conservatee).
The court can appoint a conservator of the person only, the estate only, or both person and estate. It is the policy of the Public Conservator to serve as conservator of both the person and estate. The following is a brief summary of a conservator's duties.
There are several types of conservatorships. For each type a conservator can be appointed for the person, for the estate, or both. It is the policy of the Public Conservator to serve as conservator of both the person and estate.
The Superior Court determines whether a conservatorship should be established. The court process includes petitioning the court, notifying the proposed conservatee and his or her family of proceedings, identifying the resources of the proposed conservatee and stating the reason a conservatorship is needed. The court will establish a conservatorship only if it is determined that the person requires it and that the petitioner can fulfill the responsibilities as a conservator.
Yes. A public conservator has all the same duties and responsibilities. The public conservator must answer to the court and obtain the same court approvals for decisions made on behalf of the conservatee.
Our toll free phone number is(866)901-3212.
If there are arrears (past due support) owed on the child support case, the local child support agency may continue to enforce collection of the arrears until the case is paid in full, including any interest that may have built up.
For more information, view Information for the Noncustodial Parent
The CalWORKs office must send us a referral to open a case to establish paternity, child support and health insurance for the children receiving the benefits.
When you are approved for these benefits, your rights to child support are assigned to the county for the time period you and the children receive aid. The child support collected while your family receives aid is used to reimburse the money paid to your family by the county, pursuant to State and Federal Law.
For more information, view Family Law for the Superior Court of California.
Yes, online service are available for FBN filing and searches. For more information, please call (209) 385-7627.
The State Bar of California also has resources for low-income people in need of legal help.
More information is available at the First 5 Merced County website. First 5 Merced County website
The statutory requirements are that each Grand Juror:
An interest card can be filled out two ways:
The supplemental questionnaire is used to obtain specific details regarding your job skills, knowledge, and experience that will directly relate to the current opening. The information provided by the applicant is used as a screening tool to evaluate the candidate’s overall job related skills. Therefore, it is recommended each candidate provide as much detailed information as possible when answering the supplemental questions as this will assist in the evaluation process.
The therapy is provided by a trained Occupational Therapist who has at least received a Bachelors degree, graduated from an approved School of Occupational Therapy, and has a license from the State of California to provide Occupational Therapy.
The therapy is provided by a trained Physical Therapist who has at least received a Bachelors degree, graduated from an approved School of Physical Therapy, and has a license from the State of California to provide Physical Therapy.
Los Banos Misdemeanor office appointments are on a walk in basis:Monday – 10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Merced Felony office appointments depend on the attorney assigned to your case, you will need to contact our office at 209 385-7692.
Los Banos Felony office appointments are Thursday, and you will need to call 209 710-7030 to schedule an appointment.
Or in a position that requires special knowledge and skills that you have. Please note that if you retire on a disability you cannot return to work for an MCERA participant employer under any condition except a juror, unless sections 31725.65 or 31730 apply. Contact MCERA for more information.
If the delinquent date falls on a weekend or holiday, the penalty is not imposed until 5 p.m. on the next business day. Contact us for more information at 209-385-7592.
You will be required to fill out a request form prior to obtaining the report and pay $10 for a copy of the report.
For more information, contact the Auditor-Controller's office at 209-385-7511.
Questions regarding assessed values or exemptions should be addressed to the Merced County Assessor at 209-385-7631.
The County Assessor determines the assessed value of your mobile home, which is generally the cash or market value at the time of purchase. This value increases not more than 2% per year until the mobile home is sold, at which time it must be reassessed. If your mobile home is parked on land that you own, the land will be assessed and taxed separately. Contact us at 209-385-7592 for more information.
Definition of Terms Used With Transient Occupancy Tax:
Hotel: Any structure, or any portion of any structure, which is occupied, or intended or designed for occupancy, by transients for dwelling, lodging, or sleeping purposes and shall include any hotel, inn, tourist house or home, motel, studio hotel, bachelor hotel, lodging house, rooming house, apartment house, dormitory, public or private club. “Hotel” also includes a mobile home which is located outside a mobile home park when the tenant is not an employee of the owner or operator of the mobile home. “Hotel” does not include a hospital room, medical clinic, convalescent home or home for the aged.
Occupancy: The use or possession, or the right to the use or possession, of any room, or portion thereof, in any hotel for dwelling, lodging, or sleeping purposes.
Operator: The person who is the proprietor of the hotel, whether in the capacity of owner, lessee, sublessee, mortgagee in possession, licensee, or any other capacity. This also includes vacation/part-time rental agencies.
Person: Any individual, firm, partnership, joint venture, association, social club, fraternal organization, joint stock company, corporation, estate, trust, business trust, receiver, trustee, syndicate, or any other group or combination acting as a unit.
Rent: The consideration charged, whether or not received, for the occupancy of space in a hotel valued in money, whether to be received in money, goods, labor, or otherwise, including all receipts, cash, credit, and property and services of any kind or nature.
Transient: Any person who exercises occupancy or is entitled to occupancy by reason of concession, permit, right of access, license, or other agreement for a period of 30 consecutive calendar days or less.
Any Federal or State officer or employee on official business.(these claims for exemptions must be accompanied by an exemption certificate.)
Any occupancy of hotels reserved exclusively for religious, charitable, educational, or welfare purposes.
Please mail your completed application to:
Karen D. Adams, CPAMerced County Treasurer/Tax CollectorAttn: Transient Occupancy Tax Section2222 M St.Merced, CA 95340
You must submit your application within 30 days of commencing business. After your application has been processed, you will receive your Transient Occupancy Registration Certificate, which must posted in a conspicuous place on the premises for which it is issued.
Yes, If payment is not received or postmarked by the delinquent date, a 10% penalty is added to the tax bill. If taxes remain unpaid for two additional months, a monthly penalty of 1.5% begins to accrue and in addition a Certificate of Tax Lien is recorded. Other fees may apply. Taxes due on Unsecured property may be collected by seizure and sale of any of the following property belonging or assessed: (a) Personal Property; (b) Improvements; (c) Possessory Interest (Sec. 2922 R&T Code). Contact us for more information at (209) 385-7592.