Our attorneys in Detroit handle eviction cases in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Allen Park, Albion, Lincoln Park, Brighton, Howell, Saline, Monroe, Blissfield, Romulus, Southgate, Wyandotte, Livonia, Dearborn, Westland, Lansing, Hamtramck, Livonia, Canton, Redford, Lincoln Park, Taylor, East Lansing, Okemos, Warren, Sterling Heights, Roseville, Eastpointe, Battle Creek, Oak Park, Hillsdale, Inkster, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Whitmore Lake, Plymouth, Farmington, Trenton, Flat Rock, Tecumseh, Clinton, Chelsea, Novi, Garden City, Westland, Northville, South Lyon, Milan, Brooklyn, Melvyndale, Ecorse, Belleville, Canton, Wayne County, Ingham County, Washtenaw County, Monroe County, Macomb County, Livingston County, Shiawassee County, Clinton County, Eaton County, Calhoun County, Branch County, Hillsdale

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Detroit Location: 18551 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI. 48228              Southfield  Location:  24300 Southfield, Ste 210,  Southfield, MI. 48075

1- Call us and all documentation can be fax or email directly to our office. 

2- You can pay us by using any major credit card

3- We will send you retainer agreement by email or fax.

4-  All we need from you is : Lease agreement if you have one, notices serve to Tenant and our Landlord Intake ( we will send one) 

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24300 Southfield Road
Detroit Location: 
18551 W. Warren Ave.,
 Detroit, MI. 48228
1 (313) 982 -0010 
Southfield Location:
24300 Southfield, Ste 210,  
Southfield, MI. 48075
1 (248) 281 -6299
Real Estate & Landlord Tenant Lawyers
We will get your property back and get your tenant out
Wealth Of Experience 
We have a wealth of experience handling a range of evictions matters. Call 313-982-0010 or contact us online to discuss your case
If your house is under a corporation or a business you MUST have an attorney in Detroit or your case will be dismissed or adjourned.  
Steps to evict your tenant in Michigan:

  Serve your tenant with either seven days notice or thirty days notice to quit 
  (7 days for non payment of rent - termination give thirty days ) 
  Always put all occupant on the notice 
  Wait 7 or 30 days 
  Filing of eviction lawsuit with the district Court
  Serve tenant with summons and complaint 
  File proof of service with court (Very Important (If you are a corporation, you need     lawyer)
  At the day of the hearing appear in court (have proof of ownership with you) 
  Ask the judge to evict your tenant 
  The Court usually give your tenant ten days. 
  If tenant is still on the property, get writ of possession 
  Scheduling removal of tenant with bailiff 

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Tenant Eviction Help 
Need Help Evicting?
We'll Do It For You From "A to Z"!
Do You Have Property In Detroit? 
Tenant Won't Pay Rent?
Do you want your tenant to leave?
NOTE: In Michigan, only a judge can decide that your tenant must leave, and only a court bailiff offices may evict your tenants. Landlords cannot: change locks, remove possessions, push tenant out, turn off utilities, throw things out in the street, or do any "self-help" eviction. These are illegal evictions and tenant can sue the landlord for double damages, plus court costs and reasonable attorney's fees
Owing Money For Future Rent & Other Damages
After you are evicted, the landlord can file a separate lawsuit against tenant asking for damages including past rent, and the court will decide how much money the tenant owe.  In Michigan, landlord must comply with Michigan Deposit Act.  Under Michigan law, a landlord must return the tenant's security deposit, with an itemized statement of deductions, within 30 days after the tenant has moved out. Keep in mine that residential leasing in Michigan is governed by the Landlord Tenant Relationships Act and the Truth In Renting Act, as well as other miscellaneous statutes and common (case) law
To regain possession of your premises you must serve the tenant with a 30 days notice to quit. If the landlord accepts all the rent that is due, or rent for future months, after the tenant received the notice, the notice becomes void. If the tenant has moved out within the 30-day as indicated in the notice, the landlord may enter the property and change the locks. If the tenant fails to moved out after the 30-day period expires, the landlord must file an eviction with court. 

If your tenant fails to pay you rent, you need to serve your tenant with the proper notice. In Michigan, a seven-day notice applies if the tenant hasn't paid rent. Seven days notice mean that you are asking your tenant to pay a rent or move. If the your tenant pays the rent within seven days, then notice is void. If the tenant fails to pay rent and to comply with the 7 days notice, then you need to file a lawsuit in court.  
If you have property in Detroit and you need to evict your tenant, the 36th District Court in Detroit Michigan is the right court. There procedures in Detroit court are unique and any mistake may  cause your case to get dismissed. Landlords often have difficulty dealing with their cases downtown. We are experienced with the courthouse in Detroit, and we have done thousands of cases. 
Tenant's Possible Defenses to Eviction
A tenant may have a valid defense to an eviction action if the landlord has not complied with the landlord's duties under the Michigan Landlord and Tenant Act. Michigan law requires that a landlord maintain the premises in a fit and habitable condition. The landlord must comply with applicable health and safety codes, make repairs necessary to keep the premises in a fit and habitable condition, and maintain in safe working order electrical, plumbing, sanitation and any supplied air-conditioning or appliances.
Our eviction lawyers assists landlords with evicting tenants throughout the metro Detroit area. There are many reasons to evict your tenant including the non-payment of rent, the expiration of a lease, termination of month to month tenancy, and tenant misconduct. If you are currently dealing with a difficult tenant and you want that tenant evicted, call our lawyers for a free consultation regarding your landlord rights.
We only represent Landlords and Property Managers. 
We Offer 7-Day Notice For A FREE Of Charge 
And Under No Obligation - Call Us Today!
Evict Your Tenant For Only $199.00 
"Price is only for uncontested eviction in 36th District Court in Detroit and does not include cost" 
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