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Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis: Where Are We Now?

Apr 9, 2019 8:12:00 AM / by Anita posted in Superior Court, rulings, state law, los angeles, foreclosure

California Lawmakers Successfully Aim to Undo the Affordable Housing Crises

In December 2007, the United States underwent a severe economic downturn known as the Great Recession. The main culprit causing this financial calamity was the subprime mortgage crisis. Subprime mortgages were typically handed out to people with low credit scores and who were struggling with debt.

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Increase in Elder Abuse Claims in Los Angeles County

Mar 27, 2019 6:46:00 AM / by Caitlin posted in california, legal analytics, state court, elder abuse, los angeles

Elder abuse is difficult to measure statistically, as it often remains largely hidden. Abusive acts may be committed in the privacy of someone’s home. It may start with a phone call, a telemarketer offering a get-rich-quick scheme, or it may manifest as more tangible physical and/or emotional abuse by relatives or caretakers. As such, researchers and policy makers lack reliable statistical data, a fact that only adds more complexity to the issue.

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