Meet the Team

Your Partners in Landlord Compliance

Get to know the driving force behind Blueprint Evictions – a team of professionals committed to equipping landlords with the knowledge and tools they need to stay educated and up-to-date with the changing laws in California’s challenging and legally complex housing market.

Does This Sound Like You?

Are you a landlord struggling to collect rent from non-paying tenants?

Are you a housing provider whose tenants are violating the lease and creating disturbances in your rental properties?

Are you a property manager dealing with disruptive tenants or nuisance complaints in one of your managed properties?

Are you a realtor who dabbles in property management, and you’re not sure how to handle a tenant who’s not in compliance with the lease?

Are you a real estate agent who’s unsure how to terminate a lease so your clients can sell their home?

Are you a landlord who mistakenly served the wrong type of notice, and now you’re facing legal challenges or pressure from a tenant advocacy group?

Are you a property owner feeling threatened or intimidated by tenants who have consulted with attorneys and are threatened legal action?

Are you a parent whose adult child is an addict, and you want to remove them from your property?

Are you a property owner whose tenants called the City Inspector, and they issued an Inspection Notice with deadlines to complete the repairs by?

Do you own properties with unpermitted units, or have you “househacked” your property? Are you facing legal compliance issues or tenant disputes?

Are you a landlord feeling deceived by tenants you suspect are scam artists or con artists, and you’re unsure how to protect your property and interests?

Are you feeling overwhelmed by tenants who seem to know more about rental laws and regulations than you do?

Are you an “accidental landlord” who let a tenant move into your property in exchange for really low rent, and now they’re taking advantage of you?

Did you allow a house guest to stay in your property, and you now want them to leave?

Are you a self-managing rental property owner who is seeking guidance to navigate the complexities of landlord-tenant relationships and don’t know where to turn?


Meet Our Founder

A Journey of Legacy and Expertise

At Blueprint Evictions, our founder’s journey is a testament to the intersection of personal experience and real estate foundations. Born and raised in Campbell, California, she grew up immersed in her family’s real estate business.

As a third-generation property owner in Santa Clara County, she recalls weekends spent alongside her grandfather, Rocco A. Paris, a prominent realtor and developer on Stevens Creek Blvd. Their tradition of brunch at Bob’s Big Boy on Winchester Blvd after spending the weekend days cleaning up and weeding the properties with her uncles and cousins was one of her favorite childhood traditions.

She purchased her first condo in 2004 and became an investment property owner from the very start. It was during this time that she encountered her first legal challenge – an overwhelmingly long 35-page lease agreement! She thought to herself, “There is no way this is for real!” Little did she know that a few years down the line, she would become immersed in these exact same agreements. 

In 2005, she was enjoying herself at a backyard BBQ at her father’s house when he turned to her and said, “I’m going to buy the eviction business from Nancy. Do you want to run it?” Her father, Daniel T. Paris, a seasoned real estate attorney with over 25 years of experience (at the time), to join his law office. She immediately said yes, and little did she know it would become an 18-year journey of mentorship, growth, and expertise.

Under her father’s tutelage, she immersed herself in the nuances of landlord-tenant relationships, learning invaluable lessons with each case and client interaction. Her father’s unwavering support and belief in her abilities fueled her passion for the field, empowering her to excel in her career while maintaining a balanced life centered around her children.

With each “Excellent” and “A+” marked in red pen on her edited documents, she found pride in her achievements and confidence in her abilities. Her flexible schedule allowed her to be present in her children’s lives, volunteering in their classrooms, and even homeschooling them, all while honing her skills with California’s ever-changing, tenant-favored laws.

Today, she brings her wealth of experience, dedication, and passion to Blueprint Evictions, where she continues her mission of empowering landlords with solutions and support. Through her personal journey and professional expertise, she stands as a beacon of trust and integrity in the landlord-tenant space.

Join us on this journey of legacy and ongoing education – trust Blueprint Evictions to guide you through the complexities of landlord-tenant law with confidence.

Our Team

Amanda Walsh


Amanda Walsh brings a wealth of experience to the Blueprint Evictions team, having served as legal staff support to esteemed attorneys Daniel T. Paris, Esq., Ann Harding Battin, Esq., and Martin N. Lettunich, Esq. 

With a background spanning various administrative and managerial positions, she possesses the skills necessary to effectively organize, coordinate, and manage operations, ensuring the smooth functioning of the office and the provision of exceptional service to clients. 

As a vital member of the Blueprint Evictions team, Amanda oversees the meticulous organization of legal documents, handles document preparation, coordinates with process servers, manages default paperwork, facilitates money judgments, oversees calendar management, and processes trial requests with precision and efficiency. 

Her unwavering attention to detail ensures that our operations remain succinct, streamlined, and consistently on time, making her an indispensable asset to our team.

Ricardo Panama


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Attorney Martin N. Lettunich, Esq.


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Attorney Daniel T. Paris , Esq. (Retired)


Mr. Paris (retired) is a seasoned real estate lawyer and eviction attorney with a diverse practice spanning over four decades. Born and raised in the Bay Area, he has been a steadfast advocate for landlords across Northern California, including individuals, trustees, business owners, property managers, landlords, realtors, and those navigating property acquired through foreclosure. Mr. Paris’s expertise extends beyond landlord-tenant relationships to encompass business and estate planning matters. He has left a lasting impact on the legal community, contributing regularly to the California Apartment Association’s Perspectives Magazine and serving as an interim judge for Santa Clara County’s Superior Court.

A proud alumnus of Bellarmine College Prep, Mr. Paris continued his education at Santa Clara University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science and Commerce degree in Finance in 1967. Continuing his legal education at Lincoln Law School, he earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1977 before assuming ownership of the Eviction Service Center in 2005. Prior to embarking on his private legal practice, Mr. Paris served as a Captain in the United States Army, demonstrating his commitment to service and leadership.

While Mr. Paris has retired from active legal practice, his legacy lives on through the family-managed and operated legal services office. His daughter, Anne-Michelle Frances, now leads Blueprint Evictions, continuing Mr. Paris’s legacy of providing the highest quality legal services to clients in need.

LINCOLN LAW SCHOOL-Juris Doctor, 1977,

How We Can Help You

Expert Solutions for Landlords

At Blueprint Evictions, we offer a range of services designed to address the unique needs and challenges faced by landlords and property owners. Whether you’re dealing with non-paying tenants, lease violations, or navigating the complexities of eviction proceedings, we’re here to provide the guidance and support you need.

Our services begin with free email consultations, so our staff can review your paperwork and present you with the options available to you. For more in-depth assistance, we also offer paid phone consultations, where you can schedule a one-on-one session with our experienced team to explain the complexities of your case in detail.

In addition to our initial consultation, we specialize in the preparation and service of legal notices, ensuring compliance with California’s strict tenant laws and regulations. For landlords whose tenants remain noncompliant after being given proper notice, our full-service eviction process covers everything from preparing legal documents to coordinating lockouts with the sheriff, providing thorough status updates every step of the way.

No matter the challenge you’re facing, trust Blueprint Evictions to confidently handle your case from start to finish while providing expert service, timely updates, and most importantly peace of mind.


5 Red Flags: Critical Considerations for Landlords

Domestic Disputes

In cases of reported domestic disputes at your property, ensure safety of those who are involved in the dispute and those who are feeling threatened and endangered by identifying protected individuals before taking any action. Addressing the situation requires careful assessment and understanding of legal protections for all parties.

Mold Concerns/Repair Requests

When tenants report mold or allergens in the property, prioritize getting the property inspected, and engage qualified technicians for a formal assessment. Also address tenant repair complaints by conducting property inspections and evaluating the extent of damages before initiating any legal notices. Document repairs with photographs for accurate assessment and action planning. Avoid blame and assumptions, and don’t serve any notices until a qualified evaluation is conducted.

Illegal Conversions

If you've made unauthorized alterations to your property without obtaining permits, tenants may have distinct protections under state or local laws. Refrain from rent demands until you've assessed the situation thoroughly to navigate potential legal complexities effectively.

Proven Habitability Issues

Proven habitability issues refer to documented and substantiated conditions within a rental property that directly impact the tenant's ability to live safely, comfortably, and in accordance with legal standards. These issues typically include deficiencies related to plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems. To be considered "proven," these habitability issues must be supported by evidence, such as inspection reports, photographs, expert assessments, or legal findings, demonstrating that the conditions exist.

What Makes Blueprint Evictions Different?

Blueprint Evictions prepares eviction-related legal documents and compliant, valid, and formal residential and commercial notices for landlords including 3-Day Notices to Pay Rent or Quit, 30-Day Notices to Pay Rent or Quit (for Section 8 tenancies), Warning Notices, 3-Day Breach of Contract Notices, 3-Day Notices to Quit, 30-Day Notices, 60-Day Notices, 90-Day Notices (for section 8 tenancies), Unlawful Detainer Lawsuits, Default Judgments, Money Judgments, and Sheriff Instructions.

We have served landlords, housing providers, property managers, realtors, and self-managing rental property owners with a proven track record of providing both residential and commercial property owners with straight-forward, direct, streamlined access to the courts and eviction process for over 20 years. We assist thousands of people every year to prepare their legal residential notices, eviction notices, lawsuits, and eviction-related legal documents while navigating the complex legal process, either with or without an attorney.

Further, if you choose to represent yourself without an attorney, our staff prepares and serves the same legal notices on your behalf. This option is only available to individuals and properties that are held in a trust. In certain scenarios, these eviction cases can move more quickly than those where an attorney has been retained.

If you choose to retain our attorney to represent you in your legal proceeding, our staff is directly employed by the attorney to manage your eviction case from start to finish with the attorney overseeing, reviewing, and approving your lawsuit at every step of the way. This option is required for properties when legal title is held by an LLC, Corporation, or other official entity.

Additional Information

What is a Legal Document Assistant (LDA)?

As a Registered Legal Document Assistant, we dedicate ourselves to provide consumers with legal document preparation services. We offer these high quality services with professionalism, experience, and flat-rate pricing.

Our office is unique becuase we act as both LDA’s and as Senior Paralegal to our supervising attorney, so you have one dedicated attorney at your fingertips who is available for the duration of your case.

Even the simplest eviction matter can be paperwork intensive, time-consuming, and incredibly detail-oriented. Thankfully, our LDAs are the perfect solution for simplifying and streamlining your eviction process and bringing in the attorney only when necessary.

California Legal Document Assistant vs. Paralegal

A legal document assistant is an experienced professional authorized under California law to prepare legal documents for consumers at the direction of the client. 

In other words, an LDA is there to support the “self-help” client handling their own legal matters without the cost of an attorney.

Legal document assistants must meet strict educational requirements and be registered and bonded in the county where their primary office is located.

We are the best-case scenario option when you are looking for a team of eviction experts to do the best job for you in the most efficient manner possible while remaining compliant with the exhaustive list of California’s tenant-favored laws.

Paralegal vs Legal Document Assistant

An LDA is NOT an attorney and cannot give legal advice or represent people in court.

Only LDAs can offer legal document preparation services directly to consumers.

A paralegal cannot offer legal document preparation services directly to consumers, and they can only work and be paid by the attorney who employs them. 


On September 30, 1998 former Governor Pete Wilson signed California State Senate Bill SB1761, regulating the legal document preparation profession in the State of California, and creating a new formal title, Legal Document Assistant.

Today, the legal document assistant profession is governed by Business and Professions Code Sections 6400 to 6415.

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