Raymond Hovsepian

Law Offices of Raymond Hovsepian

Raymond Hovsepian earned his B.A. in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Southern California in 1991. After USC he attended Southwestern Law School where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 1994.

After Law School, Raymond started a boutique law firm specializing in family law, landlord law, and tenant law with special emphasis on personally attending to all his clients’ needs. He has gained a reputation as an honest, affordable, and successful Los Angeles attorney respected by his colleagues and judges.

Raymond founded his law practice in 1995 with the goal of representing both landlords and tenants in commercial and residential disputes, as well as family law and bankruptcy.

Raymond has successfully represented hundreds of parties in landlord-tenant disputes, and takes pride in his quality of work.

He treats all his clients, from single dwelling landlord to multi-unit property management companies, with the respect they deserve. He has represented indigent tenants as well as high profile landlords in landlord tenant disputes.


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  1. Negative

    He is OK

    I decided to retain an attorney and was referred to Raymond who charged me $250 consultation fee to tell me the UD is no good.

    Raymond suggested I accept my loss and dismiss my previous at-fault UD case and serve new notices for non-payment of rent & owner occupy. He charged me $1240 to prepare the new notices, file it with the court and served it to the tenant. This was in October 2020. By the end of January, the tenant had to pay 25% of back rent owed to be protected by the eviction moratorium. Raymond recommended that this was our best hope – so we waited. Tenant ended up mailing a check through his attorney on the last day so we were unable to pursue them further. However, the check was fraudulent & ended up being from a closed account that later bounced.

    Raymond said there is nothing we can do – and that our best shot is to pursue an owner occupy. On more than one occasion he recommended to settle with the tenant to get the property back and forget the $40,000 owed. After he spoke to the tenant’s attorney, they requested for all rent owed to be forgiven and 60 days to move out. I refused, and told Raymond I’m ready to go to trial over this. After summons was issued for owner occupy UD, the tenant never responded with an answer. Raymond charged $260 for default judgement fees. We later obtained a writ ($358) and gave it to the sheriff for a lockout. Tenant challenged the writ for dismissal saying that they were not properly served. Raymond charged me $1526 to challenge the writ dismissal and to appear in front of a judge for the writ dismissal hearing. After the hearing, Raymond said that there is a new settlement in play that factors in forgiving 20% of rent owed from April 2020-March 2020 and a $25,000 money judgement. I accepted with the condition that the tenant move out over the weekend, ultimately because the only assurance Raymond could give about the Judge making a decision on the writ dismissal was that “the judge liked me, but thats not enough to know what he will decide”. Raymond then charged me $1,586 for preparing the settlement & appearing in court. When I confronted Ray about the settlement being the tenants idea & him having not had to appear in court – he said he drafted the settlement and charges a “flat fee”.

    In the end – it took Raymond 2 attempts to evict Paul Horne, a total of 8 months, and a total of $4,860 to settle with my tenant on the condition that I forgive almost $25,000 of civil debt in exchange for a $25,000 money judgment that I will most likely never see.

    I hope this is transparent information for anyone looking to retain Raymond for his legal services.

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3171 Los Feliz Blvd # 309, Los Angeles, CA 90039, USA
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