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GORDON A. GLENN
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LA JOLLA CA 92039-2785
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DO YOU NEED A LAWYER FOR AN EVICTION?

The most common dispute between a landlord and a tenant has to do with the non-payment of rent, although other issues such as drugs on the premises or other criminal acts may necessitate the removal of a tenant. Ideally, reaching a fair resolution of the dispute is always desirable, but there are pitfalls for both sides of the dispute.

For landlords, THE LAW requires certain steps to be taken before a successful eviction can take place. Failure of even one of these critical steps may require you to start the process all over again, losing precious time.

For tenants, you have rights that may protect you from an unfair eviction. Retaining an attorney can improve your chances of remaining or, at least, buy time to allow you to move out at a later date with some dignity.

Is your landlord trying to evict you? Do you need to evict a tenant? Have your received a three day notice to pay or quit? Has your landlord filed an unlawful detainer action against you? If so, you should not ignore the situation. Depending on the outcome, you may find it difficult to rent another apartment. Mr. Glenn can help you defend against an unlawful detainer action and help to make sure that your landlord doesn't negatively effect your ability to rent a home or an apartment in the future.

WHETHER A LANDLORD OR TENANT, ALLOW ME TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR EVICTION MATTER! CALL (858) 997-6415
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