Long Beach Eviction Lawyer
My name is John Conrad Feely and I am an experienced eviction attorney
located in Long Beach, California. If you are a landlord or a tenant and
are dealing with an eviction scenario and you need legal counsel and /
or representation, I encourage you to contact my office as soon as possible.
My focus is the success and satisfaction of my clients. Toward that end,
my first priority is to hear out your concerns and goals and help you
come up with a plan to achieve those personal objectives. Click through
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A commercial eviction in California requires a three-day notice. This
notice warns the tenant of impending eviction if he or she fails to meet
the terms of the lease before the deadline. You must personally serve
this notice to the tenant or a responsible individual such as a manager.
If no one is available to take the notice on the premises, you can leave
a notice on the door and send a copy by certified mail. Learn more about
the process of commercial evictions by requesting a consultation at Eviction
Eviction Notice & Forms
If you need to evict a tenant for any reason, the first step will usually
be filling out an eviction notice. This notice will include necessary
information about the eviction. You should be aware that you cannot just
tell a tenant to leave. He / she has rights as well, so it is imperative
that you follow the correct protocol in order to protect yourself. It
is very important to consult a
Long Beach eviction lawyer before filling out or posting an eviction notice.
In California, an eviction lawsuit is called an "unlawful detainer."
These cases usually move very quickly and should take approximately two
months. Should you win the case, your tenant will need to vacate the premises
within five days. It is crucial to contact a knowledgeable Southern California
eviction lawyer for the representation you need.
At Eviction Law Group, my team understands how complex and confusing the
laws governing landlords and tenants can be in the state of California.
Learn about your rights and legal options as a landlord in this state.
If you need to evict a tenant, talking to a real estate attorney could
be the most important decision you make at this time.
As a landlord, you are required to serve a tenant with an eviction notice
prior to initiating eviction proceedings against a tenant. Some cases
may require prior notice of 30, 60, or 90 days. It is very important to
talk to a Long Beach eviction attorney before initiating eviction proceedings
in order to protect your own legal rights as a California landlord.
The laws concerning eviction in the state of California can be confusing
and frustrating. As an experienced Southern California attorney, I understand
that the situation you face may require prompt resolution. My law office
is committed to efficient, effective service in eviction cases. Whether
you would like to retain dedicated representation or you simply need to
speak to a knowledgeable attorney about your situation, I am here to provide
the answers and advocacy that you require. My team at Eviction Law Group
is familiar with these cases and we are here for you. As an experienced
litigator, I am prepared to protect your interests in and out of court.
Contact Eviction Law Group today to request a consultation.