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A Guide to Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents

Originally written by Lisa J. Gary, Esq.  A power of attorney (POA) can be an important element of planning for your elderly parent’s future. It allows another person to take action on your parent’s behalf, ensuring bills get paid and medical decisions can be made in the unfortunate circumstance that your elderly parent is unable […]

Katje Law Group Shares Pertinent Information About The Real Estate Industry and Unlawful Detainer Law With Their Clients

Katje Law Group Stays Ahead Of The Curve With Their Investigative Research To Aid In Landlord And Tenant Litigation During Covid-19 Pandemic. Staying up to date with current news, Katje Law Group has released vital information to their clients regarding changes in the real estate industry. These developments can have a significant effect on both […]

Start Estate and Retirement Planning Today, No Matter Your Age

Start Estate and Retirement Planning Today, No Matter Your Age When you’re in your 20s or early 30s, retirement seems far away. If you’re in good health, you may feel that there’s no need to start planning your estate this early; however, it’s never too soon to start estate and retirement planning. Learn to Budget […]

Understanding Title Searches

What is a Title Search? Searching for the title on a property is something that people do every day. It is often something that is done by a real estate attorney Anaheim CA to simply gather more information for their client and try to figure out where they stand on legal ground for any kind […]

Can I qualify for CA’s Rent Relief Program?

California Rent Relief Program How the rent relief program works The state of California has a $5 billion Rent Relief Program that is designed to cover past due rent payments for tenants that suffered from COVID and COVID-19 related hardships. The California rent relief program is currently available to residents in the state who qualify […]

What must a landlord do before they ask you to “pay or quit”?

The COVID-19 pandemic put a lot of financial stress on people all over the state of California. One form of relief people had during this time was the state and nationwide eviction moratorium, which prevented landlords from evicting those with past due rent. However, the California eviction moratorium has now expired and tenants are facing […]