We’ve Got Your Back
Evicting a tenant can be one big headache. That’s why most people either let a tenant stay well beyond the nonpayment of rent or hire a third party to handle the eviction for them. It’s true that evicting a tenant is something that no one wishes to do but if compelled by circumstances then you are left with no other option than filing for an eviction. But we make sure that you don’t have to deal with issues that come along with evicting a tenant as we have got your back through our Atlanta eviction services.
Don’t worry if you don’t know how to evict a tenant in GA as we are here to help you
Reasons why you may need to evict your tenant
- Tenant not being able to pay rent within the agreed-upon period as mentioned in the agreement
- A tenant living in a rental apartment without renewing the rental agreement
- Tenant damages property of the apartment either intentionally or due to carelessness
- Unauthorized tenants living in a rental property
- Tenant keeping pets in the rental property even if the agreement says that no pets are allowed
- Causing problem for the neighbors
- Taking advantage of the rental property for carrying out any type of criminal activity
Eviction Services Include:
TMPM provides tenant eviction services. We handle the eviction from the being to end. We take care of one of the most difficult and unpleasant parts of being a landlord.
3-day demand letter
File eviction with the court system
Attend court hearing
Seek judgment for possession
File for writ of possession
Conduct set-out if necessary
Our process of eviction
While providing Atlanta eviction services, we make sure that each and every legal aspect is considered so that the whole eviction process can be carried out seamlessly. If you don’t know how to evict a tenant in GA, you don’t need to worry as we are here to help you with our Atlanta eviction services.
- 3 day demand for rent
Even if your tenant has violated the rental contract, you will need to make sure that you are following a proper eviction process. This is why we begin our process of eviction by issuing a 3-day demand for rent. The tenant has to either evict the property or pay the rent.
- Eviction lawsuit
We then move on to issue a notice period and the time of the notice period depends on the lease. If the tenant fails to pay the rent within the notice period then we move on to file an eviction lawsuit. Throughout the lawsuit, we will try our best to seek judgment for possession.
- Summons and evidence
Within 14 days of the notice, a summon will be delivered by the court. The tenant then will have the option of contesting the summon or vacate the property. We will also attend all the court hearings on your behalf so that you can focus on your daily routine while the eviction lawsuit can be carried out in the court.
- Going for Writ of Restitution
When the judge rules the decision in your favor, we will issue the tenant notice on your behalf and if the tenant still refuses to vacate the property, forceful eviction will be carried out through a Writ of Restitution.