Astanehe Law represents California tenants who are facing tenant harassment, tenant discrimination, and wrongful eviction due to unscrupulous landlords. Because the firm aggressively pursues client claims and boasts a unique understanding of tenants’ rights and landlord-tenant law, its clients are poised for maximum recovery.
Astanehe Law differentiates itself from other law firms through its service orientated approach to representation. Astanehe Law’s client-centered approach to representation means clients do not merely retain a lawyer, but a dedicated partner who keeps them informed throughout the legal matter.
Michael M. Astanehe, of Astanehe Law, has represented numerous tenants and has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of California tenants. Having practiced for several years, Mr. Astanehe developed an intense passion for helping tenants in need. Mr. Astanehe dedicates his practice to serving tenants facing harassment, discrimination, unprepared units, and the prospect of a wrongful eviction.
Astanehe Law realizes that tenants often do not realize that they have rights, much less a potential claim against their landlords. Given this unfortunate reality, Astanehe Law offers consultations. If your landlord is refusing to make repairs, threatening to increase your rent in violation of the law, or trying to unlawfully evict you from your home, please contact Astanehe Law for your consultation!
Astanehe Law represents tenants throughout California in court and at local rent boards. Do not let your landlord get away with breaking the law. Fight back by contacting Astanehe Law for assistance asserting your tenant rights!
You have tenant rights, it is time to use them! Tenants fare best when represented by adept counsel. Astanehe Law possesses the competence, experience, and insight to help tenants fight back. Astanehe Law knows tenant rights!
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Oakland is the first California city to prohibit landlords from asking prospective tenants about their conviction history on rental applications or during the tenant screening process. Codified at Oakland Municipal Code Chapter 8.25, Article I, the Oakland Fair Chance Housing Ordinance, which is already in effect, also prohibits landlords from conducting criminal background checks on applicants. Unscrupulous landlords who ignore the Oakland Fair Chance Housing Ordinance face lawsuits carrying severe penalties.