We understand. You want to kick your tenant out, and you have no idea where to start. You have come to the right place. First of all, WHY do you want to evict your tenant? Does your tenant owe you rent? Did he violate the terms of the rental agreement? Did he move in unauthorized occupants? Does he have a dog? Does he owe you money for the utilities? Did his lease expire, and he's still in the property? Is he a nuisance? Or do you simply want the property back for your own personal use? Whatever the reason is that you are evicting your tenant, you must start by serving some type of notice. … Learn more about starting an eviction!
<-- Go back to Getting Started Here are the most common types of notices that are served prior to starting an eviction: 3-Day Notice to Quit (for purchase at Trustee's Sale after foreclosure), 3-Day Notice for Non Payment of Rent, 3-Day Notice for Breach of Contract, 30-Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy for tenants who have occupied a … [Read More...]
Our company has worked with hundreds of property managers, brokers, agents, landlords, management companies, and owners in our 30+ years of experience. By understanding the needs of our clients, we continue to work quickly, efficiently, and meticulously in every aspect of the Unlawful Detainer process. Our highly experienced eviction attorney, Daniel T. Paris, specializes in assisting owners with landlord-tenant disputes. We are highly referred by our clients as well as industry experts and law … [Read More...]
Our office is completely family owned and operated. Attorney Daniel T. Paris owns his own law practice in addition to the Eviction Service Center, his daughters, Anne-Michelle Frances and Jennifer Silvas, manage the day-to-day operations of the Eviction Service Center, and his wife, Pam Paris, acts as his legal secretary. Our family is … [Read More...]