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Tenant Defense

You have been Served with an Unlawful Detainer (Eviction)
Don't Panic! We are here to help!

Residential Tenant Eviction Attorney

We will fight to help you remain in your home so you can keep you and your family safe and protected. We offer results-driven eviction defense to assist you even if you have had trouble making your rental payments. Our attorneys have an in-depth understanding of the most effective ways to delay or defeat the eviction process. We will represent you effectively as your residential tenant eviction attorney protecting your best interests at all times

 

 

Commercial Tenant Eviction Attorney

The location of your business is well known by your customers, and an eviction can result in a major business loss as you search for a new space. Avoid the untimely relocation of your business by working with an experienced commercial tenant eviction attorney. We can provide you with the strategic eviction defense you need for the best outcome in your case.

WHY HIRE US

Eviction needs to be 100% correct

State Law requires Landlords to follow the law strictly. Any mistakes through out the lawsuit, can cause the lawsuit to end. 

Hiring an Attorney helps identify those issues quickly!

Courts Covered:

  • Santa Monica Courthouse

  • Stanley Mosk (DTLA) Courthouse

  • Van Nuys Courthouse East

  • Inglewood Courthouse

  • Long Beach Courthouse

  • and more!

Services Provided:

  • Answering Complaint 

  • Motions

  • Discovery Work 

  • Negotiation 

  • Court Appearance 

The aggressive lawyers at the Law Office of Aaron Kohanim are knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of California and Los Angeles Rent Control Laws. Contact us immediately for a Free Consultation to see how we can help! 

As a tenant defense attorney, it is our responsibility to negotiate the best deal on behalf of our clients. In the State of California, when a Landlord files an eviction case, the case is sealed.  

California Code of Civil Procedure §§1161.2 and 1167.1., automatically and permanently seals all limited unlawful detainer (eviction) actions, unless the landlord prevails at a trial within 60 days of filing the complaint, or within 60 days of the date a default judgment was set aside.

It is very important for the tenant to keep the case sealed and to negotiate a settlement to prevent the public or credit reporting agencies from discovering an eviction on a tenants record. Therefore, a future landlord will never discover an eviction in the pass and will keep a clean eviction history. 

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