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    If you own/manage more than 25 units, our property management legal services package provides you with comprehensive representation at a price that will make you say, "WOW!"
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    If you own/manage less than 25 units, we offer speedy flat-rate evictions starting at $500.00.
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    We offer expert judgment collection services. If we can't collect a judgment, no one can. Our no-risk collection package allows you to collect without the risk of losing more money.
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    We specialize in representing secured creditors and lessors. We can help you get your property back. And if there is a bankruptcy, we will help you avoid being taken advantage of.
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    If an ex-employee or disgruntled customer is posting false or misleading online reviews or comments, we can help you remove the posts and/or obtain a judgment for damages.

Free Eviction Forms

3-day Notice to Pay or Vacate
This notice is used if the tenant owes rent or other money. This notice tells the tenant s/he has 3 calendar days to pay the money or move out. It must give the tenant the option to pay the money. If the tenant pays the money, then the tenant can remain on the premises. If the tenant does neither within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Comply with Rental Agreement or Vacate
This notice is used if the tenant has violated a term of the rental agreement that can be corrected. This notice tells the tenant s/he has 3 calendar days to comply with the agreement or move out. If the tenant complies with the agreement, then the tenant can remain on the premises. If the tenant does neither within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for Assigning or Subletting Contrary to Rental Contract
This notice is used if the tenant has allowed someone else to live in the premises in violation of the rental contract. This notice orders the tenant to move out within 3 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for Committing Criminal Act on the Premises
This notice is used if the tenant has committed a criminal act, but not necessarily rising to the level of criminal nuisance. If the criminal act meets the criteria for criminal nuisance, the landlord should use that notice instead. This notice orders the tenant to move out within 3 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for Committing Waste on the Premises
This notice is used if the tenant is damaging or has damaged the landlord's property, but not necessarily rising to the level of nuisance. If the damage caused by the tenants meets the criteria for either nuisance or criminal nuisance, the landlord should use the appropriate nuisance notice instead. This notice orders the tenant to move out within 3 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for Engaging in Unlawful Business on or in the Premises
This notice is used if the tenant is engaging in an unlawful business on the landlord's property, but not necessarily rising to the level of nuisance. If the business meets the criteria for either nuisance or criminal nuisance, the landlord should use the appropriate nuisance notice instead. This notice orders the tenant to move out within 3 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for a Lease Violation that Cannot be Brought into Compliance
This notice is used if the tenant has violated the lease and there is no way that they can fix it so that they comply. This notice orders the tenant to move out within 3 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 3 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
3-day Notice to Vacate for Nuisance
This notice is used if the tenant is creating a nuisance. A nuisance is something which interferes with someone else's comfortable enjoyment of their life or property, and can include anything which injures health, is indecent, offensive to the senses, or interferes with someone's free use of property. There are two types of nuisance: criminal nuisance and non-criminal nuisance.
5-day Notice to Vacate to Tenant at Will
This notice can be used only if there is no rental agreement, oral or written. This situation may occur if: (1) a guest refuses to leave; (2) the rental agreement has expired and the landlord has told the tenant that the contract will not be renewed; or (3) a new owner has purchased the premises through bankruptcy, foreclosure, or sheriff's sale and has received a title terminating all rental contracts. (If the new owner is evicting a tenant after purchasing the premises in a regular sale and the tenant is on a month-to-month tenancy, the new owner must serve the tenant with a 15-day notice. Otherwise, the tenant has a right to live in the home until the rental agreement expires.)

This notice orders the tenant to move out within 5 calendar days. It does not have to give the tenant any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 5 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
This notice can be used if the tenant is renting the premises from month-to-month
(or some other period), and the landlord wants the tenant to move out at the end of the month. The landlord does not have to have a reason for wanting the tenant to vacate.
​The notice must be served at least 15 calendar days before the end of the month. Otherwise, the tenant can stay until the end of the next month. If the rental agreement requires that more than 15 days notice be given, the landlord must give the longer notice required by the agreement.
This notice orders the tenant to move out within 15 calendar days. It does not have to give any other options. If the tenant does not move out within 15 calendar days after notice, the tenant is "unlawfully detaining" the premises.
15-day Notice to Vacate