Delaram Keshvarian

Delaram Keshvarian

Delaram Keshvarian Law Firm
  • Real Estate Law, Landlord Tenant, Foreclosure Defense
  • California
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As an accomplished real estate attorney, Delaram Keshvarian, Esq. has dedicated her career to providing expert legal counsel in a wide range of property-related matters. With a comprehensive understanding of real estate law, she guides clients through complex issues such as quiet title actions, partition, fraud, ejectment, neighbor disputes, foreclosure, unlawful detainer, and more. Delaram obtained obtained her Law Degree from California Western School of Law School, where she excelled academically and honed her legal skills. Upon graduation, she embarked on a career path focused on real estate law, driven by a passion for helping clients navigate the intricacies of property transactions and disputes.Throughout her career, Delaram, has earned a reputation for their sharp legal acumen, attention to detail, and unwavering commitment to achieving favorable outcomes for their clients. She has successfully represented clients in real estate matters, earning the trust and respect of both clients and peers alike. In addition to her legal practice, Delaram is actively involved in the legal community, staying abreast of the latest developments in real estate law and participating in professional organizations and conferences. She is known for her dedication to continuous learning and professional growth, ensuring that she remains at the forefront of her field. Outside of work, Delaram enjoys hiking, swimming, spending time with her family. With her knowledge, integrity, and passion for real estate law, Delaram stands ready to assist clients in navigating even the most challenging legal matters with confidence and professionalism.

Practice Areas
Real Estate Law
Commercial Real Estate, Condominiums, Easements, Eminent Domain, Homeowners Association, Land Use & Zoning, Mortgages, Neighbor Disputes, Residential Real Estate, Water Law
Landlord Tenant
Evictions, Housing Discrimination, Landlord Rights, Rent Control, Tenants' Rights
Foreclosure Defense
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
State Bar of California
ID Number: 349934
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  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Farsi: Spoken, Written
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California Western School of Law
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116 Questions Answered
Q. Does my ex need to give me a notice before evicting me if Im not on the lease but have paid several months rent
A: Thank you for your question!

For a tenancy of less than a year, the owl agreement is enough. But you need to provide some proof that we are living there. E.g., your name on bills, insurance, bank accounts, etc.

A proper notice must have been given to you, at least a 30-day notice by your BF. You can sue him for damages for all his outrageous conduct.

Also, call the police, and they may let you get back possession of the property. Tell them that your stuff is still there. Show them text messages from your BF that your stuff is still there. Warn them if there is a risk of domestic violence.

This is merely a discussion of general laws and not legal advice. For legal advice, more specific facts and investigations are needed. I recommend you consult with an attorney for more details. ... Read More
Q. Hi, it's been 40 days since I moved and have not received my security deposit despite manager saying she would send it.
A: Thank you for your question!

You should have been refunded in 21 days. If the landlord is not responsive, and not willing to communicate truthfully, you can file a claim against him in the small claim court where the property is located for Beach of contract.

This is merely a discussion of general laws and not legal advice. For legal advice, more specific facts and investigations are needed. I recommend you consult with an attorney for more details.
Q. Can I void my lease if the apartment was not ready by the term date?
A: Thank you for your question!

If there is infestation of roaches or unhabitable situation in the property, you can cancel the lease. The landlord has a duty to deliver the property to tenant in a proper and habitable situation.

Consult with an attorney to figure out if the situation of the property reaches to the level of unhabitability.

This is merely a discussion of general laws and not legal advice. For legal advice, more specific facts and investigations are needed. I recommend you consult with an attorney for more details.
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1100 West Town & Country Road
Suite 1250
Orange, CA 92868
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