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The Wolf Firm

Bankruptcy & Debt, Employment, Business, Real Estate, Lawsuit & Dispute

  • Fax: 949-480-0722
  • Firm Size: 50
  • Firm Year: 2000
  • Office Hour: 9:00AM-5:00 PM
  • Language: English

949-480-1764, 800-704-0460

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Alan S. Wolf

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Real Estate, Employment, Bankruptcy Litigation, Business, Banking & Finance

Alan S. Wolf is the President and Managing Attorney of The Wolf Firm, A Law Corporation. Mr. Wolf has served as the Chair of the California Mortgage ... (more)

For over 25 years, The Wolf Firm, A Law Corporation, has provided a broad array of legal and related services throughout California and nationally to lenders, servicers, investors, governmental agencies and other members of the financial services community.  From simple routine work, to highly complex Bankruptcy and Litigation matters, the Firm is committed to an approach that results in strategic, cost-effective solutions specifically directed to the requirements of the particular matter and the expectations of each client.  The Firm is FDIC approved counsel for the state of California, is AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell and is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.  The Firm performs its work under two Practice Groups: Business & Commercial and Residential Mortgage Banking.  The Firm offers cradle-to-grave services within each of these Practice Groups through the following Departments: Litigation (General Defense, Class Action Defense, Receivership, Judicial Foreclosure, Workout, Collection, Replevin/Claim and Delivery), Non-Judicial Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, California Unlawful Detainer/Eviction, National Eviction Management, Escrow/Closing, Loss Mitigation, Transactional, Regulatory Compliance and Labor & Employment.

  • Blogs (Partial List)

    -Avoid Pitfalls in Business Communications

    -The Sale & Purchase of Non-Residential Properties – The Term Sheet and Often Missed Due Diligence and Liability Concerns

    -California Rent/Eviction Control Ordinances: A “Taking” or a Legitimate Exercise of Police Power?

    -Exempt vs. Non-Exempt Workers – Interpretations to Create Balance in the Mortgage Workplace

    -Legislation Alert: California Notary Requirements Changing

    -Potential Benefits in a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    -Negligent Loan Modification Review: a New Source of Liability for Servicers

    -Ramifications for Employers of Seasonal Workers – Part II: Paid Sick Leave for California Employees

    -Posting a Red Tag Does Not Terminate a Lease

    -The Continuing Saga of Eminent Domain of Mortgages By Local Governments in California
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The Wolf Firm
2955 Main Street
Irvine, CA 92614
33.6799798,-117.8363204

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2955 Main Street
Irvine, CA 92614


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