South Florida is home to one of the largest contingent of Attorneys in the Country. This means that for any area of law you will have thousands of Attorneys that you can call. However, the majority handle other types of law. Not 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC. Our firm strictly handles Landlord Representation in Broward and Palm Beach County. Therefore, if you need to evict Tenant in Broward or Palm Beach County, contact 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC at 954.323.2529.
How Do We Help Landlords?
Evict Tenants In Broward County That Do Not Pay Rent
Unfortunately, every Landlord has to deal with a Tenant that is late on rent. While it may seem fair to allow them additional time to pay, you do not want it to become a pattern. As soon as the Tenant is late, our firm serves them a 3 day notice. If they fail to pay, we file an Eviction. The case will then go to a Final hearing if it is not resolved. Thereafter, the Court will sign a Final Judgment of Eviction. As a result, you will be to retake your property.
Issues Notices To Tenants That Violate Non-Monetary Terms Of The Lease
Evicting Tenants for non-payment is not the only way we help Landlords. If a Tenant violates a provision of the lease that is unrelated to the non-payment of rent, we issue a 7 Day notice. There are two types of violations that can result in a 7 Day Notice: Curable and Non-Curable Violations. If you have a Tenant that is constantly violating the lease, contact our office to learn if they have the right to cure or one that will result in their immediate termination.
Review And Prepare Leases
Our Attorneys are highly adept in reviewing leases for Residential and Commercial Landlords. The leases that we prepare are aimed at protecting their rights. In addition, they are designed to help defend against any potential claim that could be brought against them by a Tenant.
Help Landlords Keep Security Deposits
Most leases require that a Tenant give the Landlord a deposit. Upon receiving the deposit, they Landlord must place it in a non-interest bearing escrow account. At the end of the lease, they have 15 days to return it or 30 days to place a claim on it. If they send a claim on it, the Tenant has 15 days to object. If after the objection it cannot be resolved, our firm will file a lawsuit to help the Landlord keep it. While these lawsuits can be messy, we make every effort to receive a ruling from the Judge that requires the Tenant to pay for the damage. If you are a Landlord that has extensive damage caused by a Tenant that recently vacated, contact our office.
If you need to Evict a Tenant in Broward County, contact 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC at 954.323.2529.