Eviction is the legal process of removing a tenant from a property by the landlord. If you are a landlord, doubtless you will have the experience of needing to serve an eviction notice. The eviction process can be lengthy and stressful for both parties, and one improperly filed eviction form could lead to a legal stalemate wherein the process must be started all over again.
To avoid the pitfall of improper eviction processing, some have gone the route of hiring a lawyer. If you hire a lawyer to help in the eviction process, your legal counsel fees, on top of the total fees to evict a tenant, can swiftly become excessive. And yet, even while paying these legal fees, you may be in the dark as to the process of eviction, what is happening, and what you are supposed to be doing to facilitate the process.
While some have decided to hire expensive legal counsel, it may be a shock to discover that this is not the only course of action available to you.
There are multiple legal documents and eviction forms required in the state of Florida to pursue a legal eviction. It is your lawful right to complete and submit these documents yourself, and we are here to help you do it!
We will guide you step-by-step through how complete the eviction process, what legal documents you will need, and help you with the paperwork involved. If you want to avoid the legal fees associated with hiring a lawyer, but want dedicated help and guidance through the process of a legally recognized eviction, we are your best option!
An example of documents that Florida requires can be found at the bottom of the page, along with a list of services we offer and their prices.
Contact us for more information on how proceed through a legal eviction process in the state of Florida!