March 2018 Newsletter

March 2018

Good Morning!
 
This month’s e-newsletter includes an article about searching for rental units after an eviction and a video about what you can do when your landlord won't return your security deposit.  Additionally, we are introducing a “Meet our Team” section (below), and our first featured team member is John Schwab.

If you have any questions about these topics, please contact us today.

Best Wishes,

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Eric L. Toscano
CEO & Managing Attorney

 

Meet Our Team
John L. Schwab, Esq., Attorney


 

John is an attorney at Tenant Law Group.  Recognized as a Northern California Rising Star by Super Lawyers, John joined Tenant Law Group in 2016 and focuses his entire practice on pursuing affirmative cases against landlords on behalf of tenants...
 

PRACTICE AREAS

Recovering Money in Landlord Disputes

Renter's Rights Counseling

Lease Buyouts

Rent Board Hearings

Eviction Defense

Other Disputes

VIDEO OF THE MONTH

My Landlord Won't Return My Security Deposit. What Do I Do?

LATEST BLOG

FIVE TIPS FOR TENANTS IN SEARCH OF A RENTAL UNIT AFTER AN EVICTION

Getting evicted can be devastating, but it doesn’t mean you can never rent again. If your landlord is attempting to recover possession of your rental unit, you may be able to avoid the eviction process entirely if the landlord is engaging in illegal behavior. Contact us to go over your options. If, however, you’ve already been evicted—either formally through an unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuit or informally following a notice to quit or notice of termination of tenancy—there are several best practices to minimize the hassle of finding another rental unit...

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