Evictions and Eviction Defense – Representing Landlords and Tenants
Landlords and Rental Property Owners:
- Evictions for Non-Payment
- Evictions for Breach of Lease
- Actions for Damages for Unpaid Rent
- Unlawful Detainers
- Notice to Tenants
Florida residential landlords must follow the judicial eviction process to legally evict a tenant from leased property. Trying to evict a tenant by extralegal means such as changing locks, turning off utilities, threatening the tenant or engaging in any other act designed to force the tenant to leave, is illegal and may subject the landlord to civil damages to the tenant.
Tenants and Rental Property Occupants:
- Defense of Evictions for Non-Payment
- Defense of Evictions for Breach of Lease
- Defense of Actions for Damages for Unpaid Rent
- Ejectment Defense
- Unlawful Detainer Defense
- Notice to Landlords
Tenants, if you do not have an attorney, you risk being evicted and owing monetary damages, court costs, and attorney fees to your landlord.
Please contact us today if you wish to discuss your legal situation and find out how we can help you achieve the results you desire.
Glowing Reviews From Our Clients
- Melissa S.
I found Glachman & Brill while searching the internet for an attorney who would be willing to battle my homeowner's association. It was not easy to find an attorney who was interested, but Matt and Jordan jumped at the chance to help me. In just 3 months, they were able to hold the association accountable for its actions and obtained the exact result I desired. Money well spent.