Need Help Evicting a Residential Tenant for Non-Payment of Rent?
The Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, P.A. will file an eviction lawsuit for flat attorney fees of $495, non-inclusive of the costs outlined below.
Our Service Includes:
1. The preparation and filing of:
- the complaint for eviction for possession
- the civil cover sheet
- a proposed summons
- a non-military affidavit with your signature
2. Providing the clerk-issued summons to a process server or the sheriff for service
3. Filing of the affidavit of service, and, if the case remains uncontested
4. Preparation and filing of a motion for default and motion for final judgment, and
5. Preparation of a cover letter and proposed order and furnishing the same to the Court.
Fees & Costs*
If you choose to sue for back-rent or damage to the premises, please contact us to discuss fee and costs. If this becomes a contested eviction process, applicable attorney fees and other costs will apply.
Writ of Possession
A Writ of Possession may be necessary if your Tenant refuses to leave the property after the Court issues a final judgment in your favor. The Sheriff’s fee for a writ of possession is $90 for the first defendant and $40 for each additional defendant.
Notices: 3-DAY for Payment of Rent, 7-DAY Cure Breach of Lease, Non-Renewal of Lease
Our office will provide you with a free template of the 3-day notice, which you are welcome to use and post yourself. If you would like our office to complete the 3-day notice for you and have a process server post it, our office charges $100 when purchased with your eviction.
A Notice to Cure Breach of Lease and a Notice of Non-Renewal can be drafted and posted for you starting at $150, including the posting fee.
*Costs listed are for Hillsborough County only. Costs may vary by county.
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Phone & Fax
Phone: (813) 549-0096
Fax: (813) 377-4968
The Law Offices of Stephen K. Hachey, P.A.
15619 Premiere Drive Ste 104A
Tampa, FL 33624
(By Appointment Only)