Schorr Law Moves Forward with Videoconference Depositions and Mediations

Schorr Law Moves Forward with Videoconference Depositions and Mediations

Moving Cases Forward with Zoom Videoconference Depositions and Mediations With the shelter-in-place orders in place […]

Licensing Through a Qualifying Contractor

Licensing Through a Qualifying Contractor

In this blog, we will talk about contractor licensing through a qualifying contractor. Even though […]

Competing Business - Orozco v. WPV San Jose, LLC

Competing Business – Orozco v. WPV San Jose, LLC

It takes a substantial effort when negotiating a commercial lease.  Especially one with a long […]

How to Start a Probate Conservatorship

How do you start a probate conservatorship? What does the process look like? There are […]

The Distinctions Between Real Property and Personal Property

The Distinctions Between Real and Personal Property

Schorr law’s practice concentrates on litigating matters relating to real property.  Personal property matters, however, […]

Is Your Construction Business “Essential”?

Is Your Construction Business “Essential”?

Is my construction business “essential”? Can I continue to work? How do I know whether […]

How To Stop Your Neighbor from Tearing Down Fence

How To Stop Your Neighbor from Tearing Down Fence

How Do I Stop My Neighbor from Tearing Down My Fence if the Courts Are […]

Landlord Rights During Coronavirus

Landlord Rights During Coronavirus

What are your rights as a landlord during Coronavirus? Can you evict a tenant who […]

The Difference Between Quiet Title, Easements, and Adverse Possession

The Difference Between Quiet Title, Easements, and Adverse Possession

For disputes involving title to real property, you may encounter concepts relating to quiet title, […]

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