Forward Law Group has a great deal of experience in assisting property owners and landlords in California with unlawful detainers. Forward Law Group's goal is to help property owners and landlords regain possession of their property and collect any and all damages they have suffered.
In California, there are two types of evictions: (1) “just cause evictions” and (2) “no-fault just cause” evictions. Both types of evictions are covered in the California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1946.2. Simply put, just-cause reasons for eviction essentially mean that the landlord has a legal reason for eviction. For example, the tenant violated a term of the lease agreement or failed to pay rent. No-fault just cause evictions, on the other hand, are when a landlord wants to evict a tenant that is not at fault. For example, the landlord wants to move into the property or wants to substantially remodel the property. Based on the specifics of a case, the team at Forward Law Group will help make the eviction process as simple and straightforward as possible for property owners and landlords.
As mentioned in the title of this section, this is a very simple and basic version of how the eviction process works. It is important to note that no two cases are completely alike, and that the details of each case are essential in understanding the best way to proceed.
While the unlawful detainer process may seem complicated and tricky to maneuver on your own, the attorneys at Forward Law Group will make the process smooth and easy. In cities across California including Los Angeles, there are currently many types of evictions that are prohibited because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our team will provide you with all relevant information pertaining to your case, strategize a coherent plan, and help you achieve the outcome you desire.