Areas Of Practice
TRN LAW ASSOCIATES ASSISTS CLIENTS WITH REAL ESTATE LITIGATION MATTERS
Our firm assists clients in a variety of areas involving real estate. These include:
Commercial and Residential Unlawful Detainer Actions
Unlawful detainer actions are legal proceedings that are initiated by a landlord to evict a tenant from leased property. The process can be carried out for both commercial and residential properties, and it is essential for tenants to respond to complaints within the specified time frame to avoid default judgments.
When a commercial or residential tenant fails to pay rent or breaches their lease agreement, TRN assists landlords by filing an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant. The process starts with the landlord serving a notice to the tenant, which specifies the reason for eviction. If the tenant fails to comply with the notice, the landlord can file an unlawful detainer lawsuit.
Commercial and Residential Leases
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Real Estate Purchase and Sale Disputes
Real estate purchases and sale disputes in the San Francisco and Marin County can be complex and multifaceted, with a variety of legal issues that can arise. Having TRN involved in your real estate purchase and sale disputes is essential to protect your interests and ensure you are treated fairly under the law. Whether you are buying or selling a property, it is important to consult with a knowledgeable and experienced real estate lawyer to guide you through the process.
TRN Law Associates helps you navigate the complex legal system to avoid the need for costly for time-consuming court proceedings. If you are having a real estate purchase or sale dispute, contact us.
Financial Elder Abuse
Having a lawyer involved in cases of financial elder abuse is crucial for several reasons. First, elder abuse can have serious financial implications for the victim, potentially leading to a loss of life savings and financial stability. TRN helps victims recover losses and ensure their financial future is protected.
Second, TRN provides legal expertise and guidance throughout the legal process. We help victims navigate complex legal procedures, file legal complaints, and represent them in court, if necessary. This can be especially important for elderly individuals who may be vulnerable and may not understand the legal process.
Third, TRN acts as an advocate for the victim, ensuring their rights are protected and they receive the justice they deserve. We will also work with law enforcement and other authorities to investigate and prosecute financial elder abuse cases.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of financial elder abuse, contact TRN as soon as possible.
Preparation of Appellate Briefs And Writs
The legal system can be a complicated and confusing place, and for those who find themselves involved in an appellate case, it can be especially daunting. That’s why it’s so important to have a skilled lawyer involved in the preparation of appellate briefs and writs.
TRN has the expertise and experience necessary to navigate the complex legal landscape of an appellate case. We help make sense of the legal issues at hand and craft persuasive arguments on your behalf. We also ensure all necessary legal procedures and deadlines are followed, avoiding costly mistakes that could harm the case.
When a client is deeply invested in the outcome of a case, it can be difficult to see the situation clearly. TRN provides an unbiased analysis of the case and identifies any weaknesses or potential pitfalls that need to be addressed.
Having a lawyer involved in the preparation of appellate briefs and writs can help ensure the case is taken seriously by the court. Judges are more likely to give serious consideration to a case that is presented in a professional and compelling manner, and we help ensure the briefs and writs are well-crafted and persuasive.
The importance of having a lawyer involved in the preparation of appellate briefs and writs cannot be overstated. From our legal expertise and objective perspective, to our ability to present a case in a professional and persuasive manner, TRN makes all the difference in the outcome of an appellate case.