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California Eviction Process
    California Eviction Process

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    Evict your difficult tenant with Professional Evictions, a trusted California law firm.

     

    Professional Evictions – The Law Firm of Shea M. Randall

    California’s Leading Residential Eviction Law Firm


    California Eviction Process

    Shea M. Randall

    Founding Attorney

    Professional Evictions is a division of the Law Firm of Shea M. Randall, a trusted California Law Firm. We provide quality residential evictions for landlords throughout Southern California.

    We are a full service Law Firm — from gathering documentation, hand-crafting petitions, and dealing with the headache of the Courts. We will appear on your behalf to show the Court that you deserve relief.

    More people choose Professional Evictions because only at Professional Evictions do we give your case the attention it deserves. Throughout the entire evictions process, you will work directly with our founding attorney Mr. Shea M. Randall and will have 24/7 access to the progress of your casework through our secure, user-friendly online client portal.

    We understand how important your case is to you and work hard to make the process simple, transparent, and hassle-free. Join the many clients that have performed an eviction with Professional Evictions, your leading residential eviction law firm.

    Read below to learn more about the eviction process or contact our office at (949) 471-0136 to speak with a California eviction lawyer today.

     

    THE CALIFORNIA EVICTION PROCESS


    Below is a general outline of the eviction process. Please note all of these steps may be involved or only one or two of them. It depends on the actions of the tenant. Each step is crucially important and a mistake can end or prolong the process.

    California Eviction Process

    Notice


    If you want to evict your tenant, you must first provide them with written notice. Depending on the type of lease they have, you will need to give them either 3, 30, 60, or 90 days notice.


    California Eviction Process

    File a Complaint


    If the tenant fails to respond, you may then file an Unlawful Detainer complaint along with accompanying documents and service.


    California Eviction Process

    Obtain a Default


    If the tenant does not respond, then you can claim a Default Judgement and obtain a Writ of Possession. Take the filed Writ to the local Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff will serve the Tenant with a Notice to Vacate.

    California Eviction Process

    Trial


    If the tenant does respond, then you must request a day for trial where the judge will consider each parties’ claims. If the judge agrees with you, then you will similarly obtain a Writ of Possession and have the Sheriff evict the tenant if they fail to move out.

     

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