- Los Angeles Eviction Attorney - Unlawful Detainer
- Landlord/Tenant Eviction Lawyer
- What is and is not a valid reason for an eviction?
- How quick can an eviction matter be finished?
- How long will an eviction stay on my record?
- Can I appeal my UD (unlawful detainer)?
- Can I seal my UD (unlawful detainer)?
- Areas of Clients Represented in California
An unlawful detainer is the process by which a commercial or residential landlord evicts a tenant for failure to pay rent, or failure to comply with a covenant in the lease. We have represented both commercial and residential landlords and tenants in eviction cases.
This area of the law, like so many others, requires extreme attention to detail to make sure that all procedural requirements are met.
Landlord/Tenant Eviction Lawyer
Notifying a tenant by law and serving them with court papers is not enough to legally evict them. We can help you at every step. Call our Los Angeles eviction attorney today to see what the eviction process involves with one of our Los Angeles tenant eviction lawyers.
We offer our clients counseling and representation throughout the unlawful detainer process. This includes, drafting 3-Day and 30-Day Notices, preparing unlawful detainer complaints and responses, getting the defendants served, requesting an immediate trial, obtaining judgments, obtaining writs of possession and then causing the Sheriff’s Department to serve a notice to vacate.
We have experienced lawyers representing landlords & tenants in Los Angeles, to provide you the most effective representation possible.
What is and is not a valid reason for an eviction?
How quick can an eviction matter be finished?
How long will an eviction stay on my record?
Can I appeal my UD (unlawful detainer)?
Yes. If your case goes to trial you can appeal the outcome, but the appeal may not stay the eviction while the appeal is pending. This is an important thing to review, because if you are dispossessed of the property and the appeal takes a year to resolve you may not be interested in pursuing the appeal. You should pay particular attention on the time to file your appeal because depending on the classification of your case (limited or unlimited) that can effect the deadline for your appeal.
Also, just because you can appeal your case does not necessarily mean that your eviction will be stayed. You will have to file a motion to stay the eviction pending the appeal.
Can I seal my UD (unlawful detainer)?
Need help with your unlawful detainer but cannot hire an attorney? Don't worry, Schorr Law can still help! Our own Lead Eviction Attorney Los Angeles & Landlord Tenant Lawyer, Zachary Schorr, wrote a California Unlawful Detainer Guide titled, How to Defend Yourself in a California Unlawful Detainer. You can purchase the book through Amazon Kindle here.