Here at MySecurityDeposit.com, our goal is simple: to help California renters recover residential security deposits wrongfully withheld by landlords. This website offers renters free downloadable resources, a Security Deposit Toolkit (consisting of an eBook, sample forms, sample letters, and instructional videos), and information on how to get more help. To start, click on one of the two boxes below.
Security Deposit Toolkit
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*Values based on the estimated time (6.8 hours) a tenant would need to spend with an attorney charging $250.00 per hour to obtain the equivalent information.
We at Security Deposit Toolkit wanted to find an efficient and cost-effective solution to a very common problem facing tenants, empowering them to fight back. Our founder, a tenant rights attorney who has helped countless renters recover security deposits, created the Security Deposit Toolkit. Consisting of an eBook, sample forms, sample letters, and instructional videos, the Toolkit incorporates the best practices from our founder’s years of experience fighting on behalf tenants for the return of their security deposits. Whether your goal is to recover a residential security deposit wrongfully withheld by a landlord, or just to take proactive steps in the hope of avoiding this outcome, we hope you find the information on our website and in the Toolkit helpful. Good luck!
Our mission is to help California tenants recover residential security deposits wrongfully withheld by landlords. We are committed to empowering California renters with information and resources to help them avoid being taken advantage of by unscrupulous landlords. We always strive to deliver as much value to our customers as possible and welcome any comments on how we can improve our website, materials, or templates.
Need More Help?
While this website provides renters with the tools and information they need to recover their security deposits, sometimes issues with a current or former landlord extend beyond just the wrongful withholding of a security deposit. For example, if you were forced out of a rent-controlled apartment without legal justification, harassed, suffered a bodily injury or physical illness caused by your landlord or rental unit, or were otherwise subject to egregious landlord behavior, talk to a qualified tenant rights attorney about your case.
Security Deposit Toolkit, Inc. is not a law firm and therefore cannot offer legal advice. For legal advice, Tenant Law Group is a San Francisco-based tenant rights law firm serving renters throughout the State of California.* Tenant Law Group offers complimentary case evaluations as well as paid consultations with tenant rights attorneys. For more information, visit Tenant Law Group’s website. For more information on the types of cases Tenant Law Group handles, visit their "Do I Have A Case?" page.
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