Dedicated & Informed Long Beach Eviction Attorney
After serving an eviction notice, your tenant may choose to fight the action.
In most cases, this means that he or she will file an answer in court.
You should receive a copy of this answer from the tenant's lawyer
by mail. After your lawyer has filed a request for a trial, it is required
by law that your eviction case be heard in court within 20 days.
Unlawful Detainer Suit
In the state of California, an eviction lawsuit is known as an "unlawful
detainer" suit. In most cases, these proceedings take only about
2 months. After your tenant has been served with your summons and complaint,
he or she only has 5 days to respond. The trial should then take place
within approximately 20 days.
Choose Knowledgeable Legal Representation
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, it is very important to retain
the services of a knowledgeable
Long Beach eviction attorney who can effectively protect your interests at this time. At Eviction Law
Group, the client is always prioritized. My name is John Conrad Feely
and I have extensive experience handling eviction trials in Southern California
on behalf of landlords and tenants. Other firms operate by passing off
important casework to untried paralegals and assistants, but at Eviction
Law Group you can expect a different standard.
I take care of my clients individually, always making myself accessible
to hear their concerns and answer their questions throughout the legal
process. In addition, my reputation with the court staff in Long Beach
as a friendly and knowledgeable attorney works to the benefit of my clients.
To learn more about the services I offer and how I can protect your rights
in an eviction trial,
call my Eviction Law Group office today and request a consultation. I am here to answer your questions and
to protect your rights in the process ahead.