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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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Research your judge's background

Jan 25, 2019 5:49:50 PM / by davidtrellis posted in litigation, Superior Court, judge bios, judge analysis, state court

Let's say you're planning to file a motion in state court. You'll have to tell your client about the judge, and you'll want to know how to tailor your motion. With Trellis you can get your judge's bio and a statistical breakdown of the judge's rulings.
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How to organize a "Motion to Compel Arbitration" in CA Superior Court

Nov 30, 2018 6:17:45 PM / by davidtrellis posted in california, motion, arbitration, Superior Court

How did you write your last “motion to compel arbitration”? Trellis analyzed tentative rulings from judges across California and we found that judges prefer this outline when writing the motion....
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