As the founder of San Diego Evictions Attorney, I oversee the firm’s trial practice. Our team is dedicated to handling the full spectrum of your eviction needs, including evictions for failure to pay, breach of rental agreements, “waste and nuisance,” no-cause, bank foreclosures, and post-foreclosure holdovers. I am also well versed in the related civil litigation, bankruptcy, and federal removal actions; if you need such services.
As a third generation San Diego native, my roots are firmly planted in this beautiful city. I graduated from the University of California San Diego, in 2007 with honors and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a Law and Society minor. I continued my San Diego inspired education on an academic scholarship at the University of San Diego School of Law (USD), earning my Juris Doctor, in 2009 in the top third of my class. After passing the California bar on my first attempt, I earned a Masters of Law in Taxation on a merit scholarship from the USD School of Law in 2011.
Throughout the years prior to and during law school, I gained hands-on experience from some of the top litigation firms in San Diego and by participating in the USD legal clinics program for five consecutive semesters. The USD clinic program allows certified students to fully represent clients in their legal matters while being under the supervision of experienced lawyers. After graduation, I worked as a supervising law clerk in the same USD clinic program. My extensive pre and post-bar legal experience provided the foundation necessary to launch a career in landlord/tenant and civil litigation immediately after my admission to the California bar. I have handled over 1,000 unlawful detainer trials and argued countless other dispostive motions in both state and federal court. I am very proud to offer San Diego property owners years of experience litigating real estate related disputes on behalf of landlords, tenants, investors, and financial institutions.