Landlord/Tenant


Our firm serves both landlords and tenants in dealing with issues related to the leasing and management of real property. We assist landlords in the leasing, operation and management of their real property. We also assist tenants with disputes, and other problems that arise while leasing and occupying rental property.


We represent landlords seeking to protect their real property and help them to successfully operate under local regulations and ordinances, as well as California's comprehensive landlord/tenant law, and relevant federal laws. We advise residential and commercial landlords on leasing, operational and management practices, as well as on new changes in the law. We also assist landlords with document review and preparation, including leases and addenda, rules and regulations, legal notices, and operating procedures, including fair housing requirements. Our office also helps landlords deal with other issues such as problem tenants, resident managers, and abandonment. We also offer low-cost eviction service to landlords, with discounts for uncontested matters and self-represented litigants.

In addition to representing the interests of landlords, we also represent tenants and advise them as to their rights as either residential or commercial renters. Both California and Federal law provide many strong consumer protections for residential tenants. Residential tenants in California oftentimes do not realize the extent of the rights extended to them under the law. We advise tenants of their rights and assist with lease negotiation and disputes. We also represent tenants in unlawful detainer (eviction) proceedings.

Please call us today at (858) 224-5865, so that we may assist you with any questions or concerns you may have about leasing or occupying real property.



Disclaimer: The Information on this website is for general informational purposes only. Nothing on this page, or associated with these pages, documents, comments, emails, or other communications should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. The information on this website (and receipt and/or viewing of this information) is not intended to create or constitute an attorney-client relationship. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.