Beth Dillman

Beth Dillman is a licensed attorney in California. She previously worked for a law firm in Las Vegas specializing in evictions and real estate law. She has also worked for the real estate department at The Walt Disney Company and the sourcing and procurement group at Walmart.

Beth received her bachelor's degree in English Linguistics, with a minor in Editing, from Brigham Young University. She then received her law degree from the University of Idaho. Beth currently lives in California.

You can also find Beth at  Lawyers.com.


Articles By Beth Dillman

Tenant Defenses to Evictions in Kentucky
In Kentucky, a landlord can evict a tenant for failing to pay rent or for violating the lease or rental agreement. A tenant who is facing eviction for one of these reasons might have at least one defense available.
The Eviction Process in Kentucky: Rules for Landlords and Property Managers
To evict a tenant in Kentucky, a landlord must follow certain rules and procedures set forth by Kentucky law. Because an eviction is a legal action and the landlord must win an eviction lawsuit to evict the tenant, it is very important that the landlord carefully follows all the proper rules and procedures
How to Delay an Eviction in Texas
Here's what you can do to postpone your eviction, or maybe stop it altogether.
How to Delay an Eviction in South Carolina
Here's what you can do to postpone your eviction, or maybe stop it altogether.
How to Delay an Eviction in Oklahoma
Here's what you can do to postpone your eviction, or maybe stop it altogether.
How to Delay an Eviction in Nevada
Here's what you can do to postpone your eviction, or maybe stop it altogether.
How to Delay an Eviction in Kentucky
Here's what you can do to postpone your eviction, or maybe stop it altogether.
Dealing with Secondhand Smoke in Your Wisconsin Home
Are you a Wisconsin tenant bothered by secondhand smoke in your apartment or condo? Learn your options here.
The Eviction Process in West Virginia: Rules for Landlords and Property Managers
West Virginia law specifies the rules and procedures a landlord must follow when evicting a tenant. Unless the landlord carefully follows all of these rules and procedures, the eviction might not be valid. This article provides an overview of the rules and procedures property manager and landlords must
Tenants Defenses to Eviction Notices in Illinois
If you're a tenant facing eviction, learn the grounds to fight your eviction to win the right to stay in your rental unit.