‘I will not be intimidated’ after Lomas wedding
Posted On July 26, 2021
A wedding planner in suburban Los Angeles told The Hill that she will not shy away from her role in defending her client and her family.
“It is important for me to say that I am not intimidated by the situation, but that I will not hesitate to take every step necessary to ensure that everything is done right,” said Kristin T. Ritchie, the chief wedding planner for Lomas, a nonprofit planning and advocacy group for low-income couples in Southern California.
“I will work tirelessly to ensure the best outcome for the couple, and to make sure they feel confident in their marriage.”
Ritchie told TheHill that she and her staff are not afraid to make life-or-death decisions that could potentially cost the couple millions of dollars in damages.
“Our responsibility is to protect them and to ensure they are able to take care of their needs,” she said.
“When there is a medical issue or something unexpected happens, we will always be there to take on any extra work that they need.”
Riano said that she has never heard of a wedding planner who was not also a lawyer and has done many legal jobs in her career.
She said she is excited to be a part of the marriage planning industry.
“There are a lot of professionals who have a vested interest in being fair and equitable,” she told TheHills.
“They’re trying to be the ones who do the right thing for their clients and their families, and that is a very important part of what we do.”
The wedding planners also said they are aware of the legal ramifications of the Lomas incident and will be preparing contingency plans.
“We are confident that the wedding is going to be perfect, and it is also going to take some time,” said Ritchie.
“This is not going to happen in a week or two, and we are not going away.
Rolf, the attorney who is representing Lomas in the suit, also emphasized that he has not personally seen the video, but has heard about it. “
But we are going to make every effort to make it as smooth as possible.”
Rolf, the attorney who is representing Lomas in the suit, also emphasized that he has not personally seen the video, but has heard about it.
“If this is not the case, I have no idea how a person could get away with this, but we have no information at all,” he told Thehill.
“My understanding is that the person who did this, they did it through social media.
We have no further information about it.”
A spokesperson for the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California told The Washington Post that the organization has received “no formal complaint” from Lomas and that the ACLU will “not comment further.”
In an email, Rolf said that “we are aware that the bride was wearing a wedding gown when she was approached by the groom and that he made the comment that he wanted to see her naked.”
The lawsuit also alleges that Lomas has engaged in conduct that violates the civil rights of her client, including failing to notify her of the incident and failing to properly investigate and file a complaint.
The suit says that Lamas has failed to provide adequate notification to her of a medical emergency, including the need for her to wear a gown to the ceremony, and failed to file a criminal complaint.
In the suit filed Tuesday, Lomas also says that she was harassed, threatened and discriminated against by Lomas’s husband and other staff members, and by Lias’s attorneys.
The complaint alleges that Rolf and her attorneys threatened Lomas with disciplinary action and that she experienced physical threats and harassment from Rolf’s staff.
The lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Lomas said that her family is grateful for the support and support of the LGBTQ community and that her organization will be pursuing legal remedies to protect the rights of all Californians.
The couple is seeking more than $2 million in damages from Rolston, who she says is “unfit and unsuitable” to represent her in court.
“She is unfit to represent the public interest, and she is unsuitable to represent us as plaintiffs in this case,” Rolf told TheHouse.
“The law does not allow for such a thing, and I am absolutely disgusted and ashamed by what she has done.”
Rolstone told TheLos Angeles Times that she believes that the entire incident is a “set up” and that “the wedding was not the fault of the groom, but was the fault and negligence of the wedding planner.”
“I don’t think he was a victim of domestic violence, I don’t see the injuries,” she added.
It was a wedding and it was a happy occasion for the family.” “
In my mind, I was a participant in the marriage.
It was a wedding and it was a happy occasion for the family.”
A lawyer for Lias, Michael L. Vazquez, said in a statement that the case is being investigated by the California Attorney General’s office, the Los