Rebounding from a Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can give you a new start on life. For many, bankruptcy is the only way to eliminate debt in a timely manner. However, bankruptcy does not come without a cost. There are a number of consequences that result from filing for bankruptcy. These issues are not insurmountable if you meet them head-on. read more »

Loan Modification Tips for Orange County Homeowners

CA Real Estate Law

Getting a loan modification on your home is a great way to save money and protect your home from foreclosure. Many Orange County homeowners have even been able to reduce their monthly payments before they begin to fall behind on payments. However, a number of local homeowners have also lost a lot of money because read more »

What You Should Know about Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets

Businesses have a number of secrets that help them beat the competition. It is vital for certain Orange County businesses to develop and protect their trade secrets. When these secrets are shared or maliciously leaked, it can have a devastating financial impact on the company and its employees. Therefore, it is crucial for all employees read more »

Best Bankruptcy Options for Small Businesses

California Bankruptcy

There are difficult decisions that must be made when a small business becomes inundated with debt. Choosing which bills to pay, which bills to put off, and which employees need to go is stressful. Before making any major decisions, it may be in your best interest to research Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. Filing read more »

Latino Families Targeted in Loan Modification Scam

Many families facing foreclosure assume that they cannot afford a real estate attorney. The fact remains that mistakes made during the foreclosure process often prove costlier than the price of retaining a lawyer. Recently, a number of Latino families in Southern California who needed loan modifications ended up losing their homes because they were targeted read more »

What is a Fiduciary Relationship?

Your finances and professional life can get flipped upside down if someone you trust rips you off. Once this happens, you have a choice to make. Should you move on and let him or her get away with it, or should you pursue legal action to recover your losses and prevent others from being victimized read more »


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