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What is a Writ of Attachment?

What is a Writ of Attachment? Attachment is defined as a remedy where a plaintiff […]

What is a Lis Pendens?

What is a Lis Pendens?

Lis pendens is latin for “suit pending”.   It is also often referred to as […]


Analysis: Anti-Slapp Motions in Landlord Tenant Context

C.C.P. section 425.16 allows for a special motion to strike “a cause of action against […]


Judgment Obtained! in Real Estate Matter

We are pleased to report another successful judgment. Yesterday, Schorr Law was successful in obtaining […]


Why Does Evidence Code 622 for Recitals Matter?

At Schorr Law, our Los Angeles based real estate lawyers are fortunate to be able […]


Slander of Title Based on a Recorded Lis Pendens

In our previous blog posts, Schorr Law discussed the effect of a lis pendens and […]


3 Things to Consider Before Switching Attorneys

At Schorr Law, a large part of our practice over the past 10+ years has […]


Expunging a Lis Pendens by Posting a Bond

In many of the real property cases our Los Angeles based real estate attorneys handle, the […]


Arbitration vs Court: Five Reasons to Choose Court

At Schorr Law, our real estate attorneys are often faced with the task of deciding […]