Since 1979, we at Fast Eviction Service have provided legal services to property owners, managers, and financial institutions in California. Over the years, we have perfected the systems and tools in order to process a high volume of eviction cases. With over 100,000 cases completed to date, we pride ourselves in accuracy, keeping our clients notified, and getting through the eviction process as quickly as possible. This puts properties back on our client's hands so they can continue to maximize their return on investments.
Our staff is trained with all legal procedures in order to professionaly handle your case. We have lawyers in-house at all times in order to support our staff. Great customer service, attention to detail, and personally attending to each case is our staff's main objective. Our positive and on-going relationships with thousands of property owners, managers and financial institutions across California is proof of our commitment to providing the best legal service possible. We are happy to say that most of our business comes from word of mouth. Next time you are at a trade show for property owners, look for us there!
The first division is the Intake Department which initially process the Unlawful Detainer. At this point, we need the notice, proof of service, rental agreement, credit application, cosigner agreement and rent increases notices (if there have been any served). We will also need to know how to contact you after business hours , i.e. cell phone /fax number/ home number. When you fax over a new case/notice, we will immediately fax you back a confirmation of receipt.
The second division is the actual Eviction Department which follows through with the entire eviction through Sheriff’s lockout whether we proceed through default or trial. We attempt to not only call with trials and/or lockouts but we will also fax so that you may have the info in writing. We at Fast Eviction Service expect a change to happen every five days during the eviction process. Every Friday we fax out our current update to clients with 2+ cases. We also mail out orange post cards with updates.
More Information: Eviction Services - Eviction Process.
The third department is our Collections / Small Claims Department which will do everything they can in order to collect money owed to you.
This includes past due rent, property damage, and attorney fees. We only charge a collection fee once we've successfully collected money for you, and will obtain a judgment on your behalf free of charge once your tenant has been evicted.
More Information: Collection Services - Collection Process - Small Claims Service.
We make ourselves available to you at all times. Below are three ways to get a hold of us:
- Telephone: (800) 686-8686 Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:30 pm and Saturdays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
- Facsimile: (909) 889-3900 which is on 24 hours a day.
- E-mail: email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in our services. We look forward to doing business with you and should you have any further questions or concerns, please give us a call at (800) 686-8686.
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