Paladin Real Estate:
Real Estate Broker And Mortgage Broker.
License number 1853293.
Real estate contracts, buying, selling or leasing;
Apply for a loan modification;
Apply for a mortgage or refinance.
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Qualifications and experience:
Admitted to California State Bar on June 14, 1984.
Los Angeles attorney.
California Real Estate Broker license
issued October, 2008.
United States Supreme Court;
Ninth Circuit Court;
All California District Courts;
United States Tax Court.
Previously served as Los Angeles Superior Court appointed arbitrator.
University Of San Diego Graduate Law Program.
Diploma in tax law, June, 1985.
Western State University College Of Law, San Diego, now Thomas Jefferson Law School.
Juris Doctor degree, December, 1983.
Member of Law Review.
Received two American Jurisprudence Awards.
California Courts - Judicial Council
Partial history of the name Paladin:
"A paladin or paladine (derivative terms from palatine, and Latin palatinus, plural palatini) is a certain high level official found in numerous countries of medieval and early modern Europe. Originally the paladine was created first in ancient Rome as a chamberlain of the Emperor and the imperial palace guard called praetorian guard by Diocletian. In the early Middle Ages, the meaning changed into the official of the Catholic Church in the pope's service and one of the major nobleman of the Holy Roman Empire, named Count Palatine. Similar titles were also used in 19th century Hungary and in the German Empire and United Kingdom during the early 20th century. In medieval literature, the paladins or Twelve Peers were known in the Matter of France as the retainers of Charlemagne. Based on this usage, the term can also refer to an honorable knight, which has been used in contemporary fantasy literature.
"Currently the official title has come out of fashion, but the word ‘paladin’ is still used to describe a heroic champion, or the defender of a noble cause."
Source: Wikipedia on line encyclopedia.
A Paladin Knight is honored by King Charlemagne between the late 700's to early 800's in the above image from an illustrated manuscript.
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30th anniversary of law business. 1984-2014.