In Los Angeles, many individuals are often confused with real estate terms such as “Note, “mortgage”, “Deed of Trust”, “principal and interest” and “escrow.” We though it would be useful if we summarize what each of these terms mean, in simplified form, without getting into technical words. Often, our Los Angeles attorneys at Katz Law…

Borrowers are entitled to receive monthly statements each month so that they know the amount of their monthly mortgage payment. Without receipt of these monthly statements, it may be difficult for a borrower to know the amount of monthly mortgage payment that he/she has to pay each month. While a borrower may know the principal…

We briefly explain what a California lender needs to do when a borrower files a bankruptcy.

If you are a landlord and your tenant filed a bankruptcy to try and delay an eviction, there are steps that must be taken before you can resume the eviction. Read more to learn what those steps are.

Here we examine what needs to be done if a bankruptcy is filed preventing a completion of a foreclosure sale.

Discussion about the danger of filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy when a debtor has equity in a property.

Brief discussion on how to handle personal injury awards when a plaintiff files for bankruptcy.

No one can dispute that the holiday season is the best time of the year. It is that time of the year that everyone seems to have a smile on their face, vacation is on everyone’s mind, and families find the time to finally be together. Aside from these byproducts of the holiday season, shopping is also on everyone’s…

Discussion about the In re Blendheim decision from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and potential effects on those who do not seek competent counsel to represent them in bankruptcy.