Ajay Gupta, esq.
Senior Attorney, Founder | (619) 866-3444 | email@example.com
A Michigan native, Ajay came to San Diego in 2002. He lives in La Jolla with his beautiful wife, two boys, and cat. Ajay spends almost all his free time with his family. They enjoy hiking Torrey Pines, biking in Coronado, and Saturday mornings at the Little Italy Farmer’s Market. His sports of choice are basketball and golf. Ajay can be seen at poker night every third Friday of the month.
Ajay graduated from the University of Michigan in 1997 and the University of San Diego School of Law in 2005. He opened his practice in 2008 and has been involved in real estate law ever since. Ajay’s practice focuses on civil litigation with an emphasis on bankruptcy and real estate matters.
Mr. Gupta has been recognized by SuperLawyers from 2015 through 2018, which is reserved for the top 5% of lawyers in the country. In addition, Mr. Gupta is one of 13 certified bankruptcy specialists in San Diego County and widely regarded as an authority in the area of real estate and corporate law.
Ajay takes a hands-on, holistic approach to working with clients. He enjoys working to find solutions that address not only the financial concerns of his clients but solutions that address the emotional aspects of their case as well.
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This Friday, August 28th at 4PM, we’re hosting an all star panel to discuss and we hope you’ll join us. Free registration can be found here On August 13th, the California Judicial Council amended its emergency rules to lift the statewide ban on evictions. Measures passed by Governor Newsom and local cities still remain in […]
In a recent three-part blog article, Chris Evans discussed the moratorium on evictions and current rental obligations from a state, local, and judicial level. The blog article revealed that, among other things, San Diego tenants are protected from eviction until June 30, 2020. The article further clarified that landlords cannot initiate an unlawful detainer action until 90 days after […]
Generally, when two people purchase property together neither are thinking about what will become of it if they separate. This can become a major problem if such a situation arises, but there are steps that can be taken to guard against excessive losses. While forming a contingency plan for the end of any kind of […]
Real estate litigation commonly arises from “self-help issues”, or a situation where an individual attempts to resolve a dispute through their own unsanctioned action. This is never advisable, as it can easily lead to further escalation and potentially less civil confrontations. In the video below, Mr. Gupta discusses a situation where a disputed property line […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on real estate issues and has prompted all levels of government to enact new legislation to mitigate the impact on landlords, tenants, and banks. In an effort to help our clients and partners understand the impact of COVID-19 and the recent legislation on real estate matters, our […]