Do you need to Remove Family Member from Florida Home? If you are a Florida Homeowner that has a family member or friend that is living in your home that you want to remove, the proper action to remove a family member or friend from your Florida home is called a Florida Unlawful Detainer Action which governed by Florida Statutes Chapter 82.
Many Florida Homeowners make the simple mistake of filing either a Florida Eviction or Florida Ejectment in Court. This mistake can be costly and timely to the Florida Homeowner. A Florida Unlawful Detainer Action can be a very quick process that does not require any formal written notice to the person that you are trying to remove. While this process can move quickly for the Florida Homeowner, it is advisable that you hire a competent Florida Unlawful Detainer Attorney, such as 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC to explain how the process works and ensure the removal process is as fast as possible. To determine if a Florida Unlawful Detainer Action is the appropriate action to file, there are three (3) simple factors that the Florida Homeowner must review:
- There cannot be a Lease or any rental payments being made to the Florida Homeowner by the family member;
- The Florida Homeowner has asked the family member to leave, but the family member refuses to leave; and
- The family member that you are trying to remove cannot have an ownership interest or claim an ownership in the Florida property.
If you are Florida Homeowner that needs to remove a Family member from your Florida Home, call the experienced Florida Unlawful Detainer Attorneys of 954 Eviction Attorneys today at (954) 323-2529. We are available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. We have offices in both Broward County and Palm Beach County in order to better assist and serve our Florida Unlawful Detainer clients.