Relationships between landlords and tenants are like many other types of relationships in the sense that both parties rely on and put their trust in each other. Landlords count on receiving their monthly rent check in a timely fashion and trust their tenants not to damage their property, disturb other tenants or neighbors and otherwise comply with the terms of the lease. Conversely, tenants rely on landlords to pay common utilities, make repairs and keep the property habitable.
But, as with other relationships, a landlord/tenant one can deteriorate and the two parties can come into conflict. When one party to a lease fails to meet their obligations or tramples on the rights of the other party, it can lead to eviction proceedings which can be costly and disruptive for all.
Efficient and Effective Representation in Ft. Lauderdale Landlord/Tenant Matters
At Marc Brown, P.A., we assist landlords as well as tenants in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward County and elsewhere in South Florida with evictions and other matters involving rental properties. We have deep experience in this very nuanced area of Florida law, where one misstep by a landlord can lead to expensive delays or one mistake by a tenant can leave them suddenly out on the street.
We pride ourselves on efficient and effective representation in landlord/tenant matters with no hidden fees or costs. Because we have experience representing both sides in eviction proceedings and related matters, we understand how each side approaches these disputes. This insight helps us craft the most advantageous strategies for each case.
Flat Fees and Comprehensive Representation for Landlords
If and when the need arises to evict a tenant, we help landlords through the entire eviction process. Cost is important in these matters, especially for owners who have multiple rental properties. That’s why our fees are set and clear.
We offer FLAT FEE residential evictions for possession for $895.00 in Broward, Miami-Dade or Palm Beach counties. The FLAT FEE covers the following:
- Review, Draft, and Service of Three (3) Day Notice
- Draft, File, and Service of Complaint
- Draft/File Motion and Proposed Order for Clerk’s Default
- Draft/File Non-Military Service Affidavit
- Draft/File Motion and Proposed Order for Final Judgment
- Draft/File Writ of Possession
- One Court Appearance if Necessary
The Attorney’s Fee and Cost of $895.00 applies to residential evictions for possession only.
ALL costs charged by the Court for filing fees and summons issuance, as well as costs charged by the Sheriff’s Office for executing the Writ of Possession, ARE INCLUDED in our low $895.00 one-time flat fee.
Protecting the Rights of Tenants
If you are a renter, you have rights under the terms of your lease and under Florida law. When a landlord, property owner or property management company violates those rights, we stand up on behalf of tenants to protect them.
We help South Florida tenants facing eviction, as well as with a wide range of other issues, including:
- Landlord harassment
- Security deposit disputes
- Repair obligations
- Implied warranty of habitability issues
- Quiet enjoyment claims
Contact Our Ft. Lauderdale Landlord/Tenant Law Firm
If you are involved in a dispute concerning rental property in Ft. Lauderdale, Broward County or elsewhere in South Florida, either as a landlord or a tenant, we are ready to assist you. We offer free initial consultations and 24/7 availability, and pride ourselves on personal service, accessibility and responsiveness. Please give Marc Brown, P.A. a call at 954-566-5678 or contact us through our website. We look forward to serving you.