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Complaints against debt collectors are on the rise; here's what you should know, and how to protect yourself.
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A recent order by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia affects the ongoing eviction moratorium. Here's what to know.
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California's Department of Business Oversight is now the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI). Here's what's changed.
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California's updated homestead exemption law could help homeowners in debt. Here's what's been updated and what to watch for.
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Now more than ever more and more businesses - lawyers included - are going out of business. Here's what to do if your lawyer closes up shop.
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Many businesses are starting to struggle with the idea of whether or not they qualify for PPP loan forgiveness. Here are your options.
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Evicted woman preparing to move surrounded by boxes
The California eviction process is one that can be incredibly complicated. It's important for your own protection to know your rights.
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The CBRA aims to introduce a sweeping round of changes to our bankruptcy system; here's what it actually entails.
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Job growth in Los Angeles isn't painting the most optimistic of pictures, thanks to a variety of factors. Here's the latest.
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Is it ok to pay your mother back the money she lent you? How about a close friend? Here's what you need to know as far as bankruptcy goes.
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Is it possible for old debt to come back and haunt you? Unfortunately, it depends on a few different things.
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Credit report inaccuracies can take the wind out of your sails when you're working to build your credit. Here are your options.
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