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Schorr Law Successfully Defeats $2.775 Million Specific Performance Claim

Schorr Law is pleased to announce that it successfully defeated a buyer’s $2.775 million specific […]

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Allowable Rent Increases in Los Angeles

A recent Los Angeles Weekly article reports that California rent increases are double the National […]

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Who Do Lawyers Hire for Their Lawsuits?

Over the past several years our attorneys have noticed a growing trend – many of […]

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Eminent Domain: Precondemnation Appraisal and Offer

As part of the eminent domain process (a taking by a public entity), the public […]

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Millennials Inability to Afford A Home In Los Angeles

According to an article this month in Bloomberg Business, Millennials in Los Angeles earn approximately […]

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Quitclaim Deed Fraud

According to a recent ABA Journal article, some Court clerks are developing methods to deal […]

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What are Totten Trusts, PODs, and TODs? And How Can I Use Them in My Estate Planning?

Totten trusts, Payable on Death (“POD”) accounts, and Transferrable On Death (“TOD”) accounts all provide […]

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Why Create A Trust?

Reasons to create a trust are as varied as the types of trusts that exist, […]

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Real Estate Attorney Zachary Schorr Obtains Another Quiet Title Win

Yesterday, lead real estate attorney Zachary Schorr was successfully in securing another quiet title judgment […]

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