We strive to provide the most effective and efficient residential and commercial tenant eviction legal services available.
One of our practice areas is landlord-tenant evictions. The Eviction Department is supervised by attorney Kevin H. Fabrikant. We perform tenant evictions for large apartment complexes, real estate managers, and for individual landlords. Tenants who do not pay rent cause huge financial strains upon landlords. Furthermore, tenants who breach lease agreements for any other reason can cause substantial problems for landlords as well as other tenants on the property. Thus, our goal is to promptly remove those tenants not complying with their leases. We accomplish our goal by being extremely time conscious and meticulously following legal eviction procedures, while at the same time offering an affordable fee to our clients. Experience with tenant eviction procedures, dedication to our clients and conscientious efficiency is how we are able to meet our goal of completing each eviction case within 30 days.
We are a full-service transaction and civil litigation Law Firm serving all of Florida. For more information, visit our other website at LawFH.com
- Tenant Evictions
- Ejectment Actions
- Unlawful Detainers
- Real Estate Matters
- Disputes with Tenants
- Keeping Security Deposits
- Damages to Rental Property
- Collecting Tenant Money
- Buy / Sell Agreements
- 1031 Exchanges
- Real Estate Litigation
- Entity Formations
Broward County Office (Main Office)
9900 Stirling Road
Hollywood, FL 33024
Miami-Dade County Office
1001 Brickell Bay Drive
Miami, FL 33131
Palm Beach County Office
801 Northpointe Parkway
West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Offices also in Orlando and Clearwater.
Kevin H. Fabrikant, Esq.
Mr. Fabrikant has performed tenant evictions since 2000. Mr. Fabrikant’s areas of legal practice include a focus on corporate and business transactions and litigation and started performing Tenant Evictions for Landlords in 2000. Mr. Fabrikant has also represented clients on intellectual property matters such as patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets, including registrations, contract licensing and litigation in state and federal court. Mr. Fabrikant has lectured in Real Estate and Tenant Eviction matters for years. Mr. Fabrikant has been interviewed and offered his opinions before audiences at trade conventions. Mr. Fabrikant obtained an undergraduate degree in Accounting, and attended law school in South Florida at St. Thomas University School of Law, graduating in 1999. Mr. Fabrikant is an attorney licensed in Florida State as well as Federal Courts, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida. Mr. Fabrikant has represented clients at countless real estate closing, both residential and commercial, assisted clients with SBA (Small Business Administration) loans, represented clients with purchasing businesses, including with mergers and acquisitions, and represented clients in the asset purchase of rental and multi-family properties. Mr. Fabrikant has also represented clients in lawsuits over a myriad of real estate matters.
Rosana E. Hernandez, Esq.
Rosana was awarded a full scholarship to Smith College in Northampton Massachusetts after graduating from High School as Class President and Second in her Graduating Class. As a preeminent all-girl’s liberal arts college where persons with distinguishment such as Former First Lady Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady Barbara Bush, and media mogul Gloria Steinem attended, at Smith College Rosana was exposed to forces that enforced her ability to achieve exceptional status. Rosana obtained her degree in Economics, while mastering the languages of French, Italian, Spanish, and English. Rosana went on to law school at the University of Maryland School of Law. During and after law school, Rosana worked at the United States Government’s Department of Healthcare and Financing Administration where she assisted in the researching and writing of the revised HCFA financing laws and regulations. Thereafter, Rosana went into private practice, working at Zuckerman, Spaeder, Taylor & Evans, LLP, in Downtown Miami, where she was involved in representing clients in Health-Care Administrative Agency Regulation matters, and then to Gilbride, Heller & Brown, P.A., eventually achieving partner status, where she assisted with litigation matters that included the Hedge Fund Administrator CITGO litigation defense in the United States and Ireland. Rosana is now a partner at the law firm’s real estate and strategic real estate financial development division. Languages: English, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Our Associate Attorneys are qualified and trained to provide effective legal representation on behalf of our law firm. They have diverse backgrounds from trial experience with the State Attorney’s Office to accounting and business knowledge to assist with our client’s needs.
The firm has additional support persons that include law clerks, legal assistants, and file clerks that assist with the preparation of files, maintaining the flow of cases and matters, and assisting with providing our clients with information. These persons provide competent professional assistance to the other members of the law firm team through organized and structured systems to offer a more efficient service to our clients.
Michael R. Fabrikant, Esq., of Counsel
Michael received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from the University of Miami. Thereafter, Michael went into the military, serving in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. After an Honorable Discharge, Michael went to law school at Stetson University School of Law in Tampa. Not yet feeling complete with his formal education, Michael continued with the University of Miami School of Law to obtain his L.L.M. in taxation. Michael then went on to work for the Internal Revenue Service of the Department of the U.S. Treasury. After several years with the I.R.S., Michael worked for the law firm of Franklin, Ullman, Kimler & Entin before starting his own law firm in 1981. Michael’s law practice has included representing clients before administrative agencies for financial and tax matters, and appearing before the United States Tax Court to defend clients against excessive taxation demands of the U.S. Government. Michael has represented clients with trust, probate, and estate matters, and has represented clients in preparing private placements and prospectus preparations, as well as with limited partnerships to raise capital for investment and tax purposes. Ret., of counsel.