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3 Steps for How to Avoid an Eviction

how to avoid evictionFacing eviction in California? If you’re wondering how to avoid eviction, Stop Eviction Consultants is here to help. With our easy three-step process, we can help you take action immediately to respond to an eviction notice. Moving quickly with our process is essential. Learn more about how to avoid eviction with 3 simple steps below.

Step 1:  Respond to Your Unlawful Detainer Summons

After you’ve received an unlawful detainer summons (eviction notice) from your landlord, it’s important to act quickly. You’ll have five days to respond to the notice or your landlord is legally allowed to proceed with a sheriff’s office to have you evicted. Once this point has come, it’s too late for Stop Eviction Consultants to help. Therefore, we recommend contacting us as soon as you receive your unlawful detainer summons.

Step 2: Let Us Help File Your Paperwork

Once you’ve contacted us about your unlawful detainer summons, you’ll need to speak to a member of our team and pay a one-time flat fee for our services. Our services involve helping you to file the necessary paperwork right away. We will also help to educate you on the process so you know what might occur. Our process can help to buy you two to three months to find new housing instead of facing immediate eviction. We help file motions and answers in response to your eviction notice.

Step 3: Buying Time

Our process can help buy you the time you need to save up money or find a new residence (about two to three months). Throughout each step of this (confusing) process, we provide guidance and are here to answer all of your questions. It is also our role to help you understand your rights as a tenant, especially when you feel your landlord is using illegal tactics to get you evicted. 

Reach Out to Us Right Away

Remember, if you’re wondering how to avoid eviction, it’s important to contact Stop Eviction Consultants right away. Time is of the essence! To get started, reach out to us today at 909-243-1303 or complete a form online.