Post-Foreclosure Evictions

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San Mateo Post-Foreclosure Eviction Attorney

Protecting the Rights of Renters and Purchasers of Foreclosed Property

If you are a party to eviction or unlawful detainer proceedings on property that has been foreclosed, you want an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer to guide you through the process. The eviction process on foreclosed property differs significantly from other evictions. If you are a tenant at the property, you may even have rights under federal law to remain in the house or apartment.

At the Law Offices of Michael Marquez, in Burlingame, California, we understand how important it can be to have regular communication with your lawyer when you are involved in post-foreclosure eviction proceedings. We are committed to providing a high level of responsiveness and personal attention throughout the process, promptly returning all your phone calls or e-mails, and keeping you informed of all developments in your case. Because we recognize that every situation is unique, we take the time to learn the details of your case, so that we can tailor our representation to meet your objectives.

Responsive, Personalized Counsel in Post-Foreclosure Eviction Proceedings

Contact our office or call us at 650-343-2611 for a free initial consultation.

Our Representation in Post-Foreclosure Evictions

We represent landlords in eviction or unlawful detainer proceeding following foreclosure, regardless of whether you bought the property at a foreclosure sale or were renting the premises before it was foreclosed.

If you are a tenant, we are here to carefully review the terms of your lease. It actually may be that your lease could remain valid in spite of a foreclosure and/or subsequent sale. If it is not, we can confirm how much notice you are entitled to before you have to vacate the premises. We will also ensure that the new owner meets all requirements under the law regarding the time and form of notice. In some circumstances, it might be possible that we can work cooperatively with the new owner to buy you extra time or even have the new owner to help defray the costs of your relocation.

If you receive an eviction notice, regardless of the manner of delivery, you should contact an attorney immediately. You have a limited time in which to respond, so the Law Offices of Michael Marquez can help. We are here to protect your rights.

If you have recently purchased property in foreclosure, we can help you follow the proper procedures to take possession as quickly as possible. We have a comprehensive knowledge of the laws and will make certain that you don't take any action that jeopardizes your rights.

Contact Our Office

To arrange a free initial consultation, contact us or call us at 650-343-2611. We speak French, and can have Spanish translation services available, if necessary. We accept all major credit cards as payment for our legal services.