An unlawful detainer occurs when someone doesn’t give up possession of property despite not having a legal right to that property. Unlawful detainers are most common in rental properties and agreements between tenants and landlords. If you’re a landlord with a tenant who refuses to pay rent or won’t leave after a lease ends, call us for assistance with your legal options. For landlords with property under an LLC or corporation, you must have an attorney represent you, by law. We offer a flat fee to file your complaint, serve the defendant, attend a possession hearing if necessary, and obtain a writ of possession. The fee covers all costs through service of the writ of possession. We do not pursue judgments, but for an additional fee, we will go to a hearing on damages so that you can get a judgment.
To begin the process, complete the forms at this link and submit it to us. Once we receive your information, we will send an invoice, which must be paid before we begin. The cost is $600.00, which includes the filing fee, service (once for the complaint and once for the sheriff), and the writ of possession.
Start the questionnaire here.