Tenants who don't pay their rent on time
Tenants who don't pay their rent at all
Tenants who make partial payments only
Tenants who come up with excuse after excuse about why they can't pay
Tenants who damage and/or destroy your property
Tenants who break and/or violate other terms of their lease
If you are dealing with any of the above-listed problems, the legal system has a specific procedure (eviction) for removing a non-complying tenant from your property. The experienced attorneys at Pensky & Kim are available to handle tenant evictions quickly and at minimal cost.
Please note: You cannot simply throw out a tenant in the middle of the night and change the locks. This kind of "self-help eviction" could leave you open to a claim of wrongful eviction and substantial civil liability.
Beware of the low-cost eviction "helpers" or "paralegals" out there. These non-lawyer services will charge you a fee for filling out a few forms and giving you some very basic information that is available for free all over the internet. Only a licensed eviction attorney or law firm can handle the entire eviction process for you from beginning to end, including all necessary court filings and all necessary court hearings/motions (should the eviction become a contested matter). Your rental property is probably one of your most valuable assets. Accordingly, if you need eviction help, make sure you hire a professional with the knowledge, experience, and legal authority to protect your rights from beginning to end.
Contact us today at 305-571-9800 or toll free at 888-533-5171 for a FREE consultation and case evaluation and to learn more about how our Miami eviction lawyers can help you.