Palm Springs Eviction Attorney
Welcome to the law offices of the Eviction Group, the leading eviction experts in Palm Springs. Our law offices have years of experience working with landlords in Palm Springs, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, Murrieta, Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino.
Palm Springs eviction attorney Nilufar Alemozaffar Motlagh works with a dedicated, knowledgeable staff and exclusively counsels landlords.
The trained, experienced legal team at the Eviction Group provides free initial consultations to landlords looking to evict unwanted tenants for a failure to pay rent or violation of the rental agreement.
Removing unwanted tenants in Palm Springs is very common. A Palm Springs eviction attorney that can explain to landlords the process of serving a legal eviction notice and filing an unlawful detainer can be a great resource.
The Eviction Group legal team can handle the nuanced legal details like filing an unlawful detainer complaint, offering legal mediation, submitting a civil case cover sheet, and going over a prejudgment right of possession form with concerned landlords renting or leasing property in Palm Springs.
Landlords in Palm Springs actually might want to remove unwanted tenants for a variety of different reasons.
These might include the following: failure to pay rent; tenants causing property damage that threatens the future rentability or value of the landlord’s property; refusing to leave once the lease is over; conducting illicit activity on the landlord’s property in Palm Springs; or, causing a sustained nuisance for other tenants on the landlord’s property.
The first step that a landlord should take when confronted with one of these situations is attempting to peacefully come to a resolution with the tenant. An unwanted tenant in Palm Springs might also deal with a legal mediator working through a landlord concerned about maintaining the property value and removing an unwanted tenant.
If these methods – peaceful resolution and legal mediation – fail to provide landlords with the desired outcome, then a landlord renting out property in Palm Springs might want to consider serving an unwanted tenant an eviction notice. Serving an eviction notice the right way is critical for guaranteeing that it doesn’t cause delays in the eviction process.
Landlords should consult with the legal team at the Eviction Group and, at the very least, ensure that eviction notices include the following pieces of critical information: the amount of back rent owed the landlord; the contact information of the financial institution (e.g. bank) that’s to receive the back rent; the name of the tenant; a certificate of service; and the signature of the landlord.
An eviction notice must be provided to the unwanted tenant in Palm Springs before the unlawful detainer process can begin. Having a skilled, experienced team of eviction lawyers on a landlord’s side can be an invaluable resource.
It can also guarantee that the right kind of notice is provided to unwanted tenants (e.g., a 30-day notice) and legal documents properly filed. Contact the Eviction Group directly to learn more about removing an unwanted tenant in Palm Springs and larger Southern California area.
The Eviction Group can help landlords in Corona better understand the eviction and unlawful detainer process. For immediate assistance please call us at (800) 985-9885 to schedule a free initial landlord consultation. Our offices are conveniently located in Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Riverside, Ontario and San Diego.