Glendale, California, Eviction/Unlawful Detainer Lawyers

Evictions – also referred to as unlawful detainer actions – are the process through which a tenant can be removed from either residential or commercial property for non-payment of rent or other specific reasons defined under California’s ever-changing landlord/tenant laws. Whether you are a property owner or a renter, the lawyers at DiJulio Law Group in Glendale are dedicated to protecting every client’s rights under the law and helping them to successfully resolve their eviction case.

To learn more about eviction laws and your options, contact us our experienced real estate attorneys at the DiJulio Law Group in Glendale, California, at 818.502.1700 or (818) 502-1700.

Protecting Tenants from Being Unlawfully Evicted

Our attorneys have been successful in defending clients facing eviction. Our attorneys know the law and understand the techniques used to challenge eviction proceedings and – depending on their situation – resolve issues in a tenant’s favor. We will examine every aspect of your case and build a persuasive argument for keeping tenancy alive.

Southern California Eviction Process Attorneys

Our firm also handles tenant eviction cases for property owners faced with the lawful removal of tenants for a number of causes defined by the law, including:

  • Failure to pay rent
  • Nuisance complaints
  • Units withdrawn from rental use (Ellis Act)
  • Owner move-ins
  • Other lawful grounds for eviction

With over 35 years of handling a wide range of property-related matters for clients throughout Southern California, our real estate attorneys will do whatever is possible to help ensure our clients continue to have a place to call home. Our extensive experience handling real estate matters allows us to help clients protect their real estate properties and meet their investment goals.

To speak with one of our dedicated lawyers, contact DiJulio Law Group at 818.502.1700 or (818) 502-1700.

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