Residential Evictions:


We charge a Flat Fee of $325 from start of the case all the way to the Sheriff Removal. In our experience, the majority of tenants under eviction do not challenge their eviction. However, if one does, we attempt to get the tenant(s)’ response struck or denied by the judge, without any additional legal fees. Sometimes though, in about 1 in 25 eviction cases, a hearing, mediation, or additional court filings are required. If so, additional legal fees charged are $75 per hour for an attorney’s appearance at any hearing/mediation/trial including, travel and preparation time. Most of the time, the additional legal fees will take only 1 to 2 hours. (Please see our Retainer Agreement for more details).



Commercial Evictions:


We charge a Flat Fee of $350 from start of the case all the way to the Sheriff Removal. In our experience, the majority of tenants under eviction do not challenge their eviction. However, if one does, we attempt to get the tenant(s)’ response struck or denied by the judge, without any additional legal fees. Sometimes though, in about 1 in 25 eviction cases, a hearing, mediation, or additional court filings are required. If so, additional legal fees charged are $75 per hour for an attorney’s appearance at any hearing/mediation/trial including, travel and preparation time. Most of the time, the additional legal fees will take only 1 to 2 hours. (Please see our Retainer Agreement for more details).

Tenant Evictions

Squatters, Guests that Won’t Leave,Unknown Occupants


To remove those persons and their personal belongings, an Eviction may not be the proper legal action. You may need us to bring an Unlawful Detainer lawsuit to remove them.

Unlawful Detainers...

Ejectment action are brought when a tenant, or other person staying in the rental property, refuses to vacate and claims to have an ownership interest in the rental property. A typical situation is when a Lease includes an Option to Purchase clause, and the tenant claims to have exercised this Option and paid some of the money toward the purchase price. There are other scenarios that would require an Ejectment Lawsuit and not an Eviction. Like eviction cases, at the conclusion of the Ejectment Lawsuit, a Writ of Possession is issued by the Clerk of Court that requires the Sheriff to remove the Defendants/Tenants.

Options to Purchase, Claims of Ownership of the Property

Ejectment Actions

What are the differences between an Ejectment and Eviction lawsuit?

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