San Diego Eviction Attorney And Unlawful Detainer Lawyer For Landlords
WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING NEW UNLAWFUL DETAINER/EVICTION CLIENTS
PLEASE CONTACT STEVE WEDEKING at STEVE@BestSanDiegoEviction.com FOR A REFERRAL
"Steve was a true professional. He was aggressive and won my case. The only thing I regret is not hiring Steve sooner. I would hire Steve again and recommend him to any landlord that has a deadbeat tenant."- Richard Silvas
THE EVICTION PROCESS
Eviction of a tenant by the landlord in San Diego typically begins with serving a 3 day, 30 day, or 60 day notice. Some notices are to pay or quit, while others give the tenant no options to stay. Following the expiration of the notice period, the landlord then must file what is called an Unlawful Detainer if the tenant has not moved out on their own. An Eviction or Unlawful Detainer is a lawsuit against the tenant seeking possession (and other limited remedies). Luckily for landlords, the eviction lawsuit is a summary proceeding in California that gets preference over almost all other types of cases. Indeed, the process often takes less than 30 days. If the landlord prevails in the Unlawful Detainer lawsuit, the landlord gets a judgment for possession. The landlord then gets a writ of execution and then the sheriff will execute on the judgment to remove the tenant from the property.
You can contact Steve via email to Steve@BestSanDiegoEviction.com
Formerly Representing Landlords in Unlawful Detainer Eviciton Lawsuits Throughout San Diego County, inluding: Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Del Mar, El Cajon, Encinitas, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Leucadia, Olivenhain, Escondido, Imperial Beach, La Mesa, Lemon Grove, National City, Oceanside, Poway, San Diego, San Marcos, Santee, Solana Beach, and Vista