Mr. Ettinghoff has extensive trial experience in Superior and Municipal courts, and can handle appeals as well. Litigation tends to be fairly expensive and it takes approximately one year for Superior Court cases to go to trial, so cases must be selected carefully for this remedy. Unfortunately in our society, there are many times when people do not see eye to eye and they are unable to … Read More
Interpretation & Enforcement of CCRs
CC&Rs (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions) are the primary governing document of most Homeowners Associations in California. The Developer records the CC&Rs before any lots are sold. The CC&Rs govern the rights of the property owners and the Association. Other governing documents include Bylaws, Articles of … Read More
Real Estate Transactions
Tracy Ettinghoff has over 25 years of experience in Real Estate Law and is a licensed Real Estate Attorney and licensed Real Estate Broker. We represent home buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and brokers, in disputes concerning residential transactions. Mr. Ettinghoff has supervised thousands of Real Estate Transactions as the Responsible Broker for a major Brokerage in … Read More
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HOA Assessment Collections
Need Help Collecting Delinquent HOA Fees? Law Office of Tracy Ettinghoff can help your association improve HOA collections while at the same time eliminating your legal collections expense. Our office handles the collection of Assessments for Homeowner Associations. The Association may foreclose on a unit non judicially, and this foreclosure is similar to the … Read More
Real Estate Foreclosures
We handle both judicial and non-judicial Orange County foreclosures from start to finish. The main difference between the two types of foreclosures is that in a non-judicial foreclosure there is usually no right of redemption and the trustee sale is final. However, the lender is not entitled to obtain a deficiency judgment against the borrower if the property does not bring enough money … Read More
Unlawful Detainer is the process by which a commercial or residential landlord evicts a tenant for failure to pay rent or failure to comply with a covenant in the lease. Tracy Ettinghoff has experience representing both commercial and residential landlords and tenants with their unlawful detainer concerns. We offer our clients counseling and representation throughout the … Read More