When you need help navigating the complexities of landlord/tenant law in California, let Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP be your guide. From Section 8 to foreclosure, leases to security deposits, we’ll ensure you’re prepared with the sound legal advice you need to protect yourself and your property.
Our clients have a variety of law firms to choose from, but they choose us because of our unparalleled experience in the nuances of landlord/tenant law and our emphasis on client service.
Our landlord/tenant attorneys offer advice to clients on a multitude of topics, including leasing and application procedures, co-signors/guarantors, security deposits, subletting/assigning, Prop 65 notifications, rent increases, habitability requirements, unauthorized occupants, damages to property, owners right of entry, and security deposit disposition requirement
We also offer services prior to the eviction process. We can prepare and serve notices such as letters to tenants or opposing counsel, rent and performance notices, rent increases, and termination notices.
For clients with multiple units, we offer monthly eviction summary reports, discounts on standard attorneys’ fees, and in-house training programs. Communication is key, and we make it easy with electronic file transfer options that interface with our clients’ existing software.
The Law Offices of Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP provides superior representation by assisting our clients in navigating the complex post-foreclosure eviction process in California. Post-foreclosure evictions involve both state and federal law, which contributes to complex and challenging issues. Protecting the interests of owners, lenders, and landlords is our top priority.
Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP offers expertise in financial institution and investor representation in defending wrongful foreclosure suits, bankruptcy relief from stay for both pre-foreclosure and post-foreclosure matters, and actions to quiet title.
Our attorneys are familiar with all the latest California and Federal laws and legal developments related to post-foreclosure evictions, as well as the current economic environment.
Commercial evictions can be costly and time consuming, but they don’t have to be. Let Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP help you through the process from start to finish.
We also offer services prior to the eviction process. We can prepare and serve notices such as letters to tenants or opposing counsel, rent and notices, rent increases, and termination notices.
Our experienced commercial eviction attorneys provide superior counsel to commercial business owners and management companies. We can review and advise on the complexities of commercial leases, analyze your case to ensure your legal rights are protected, and help you obtain the best outcome in your action.