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Detroit Location: 
18551 W. Warren Ave.,
 Detroit, MI. 48228
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24300 Southfield, Ste 210,  
Southfield, MI. 48075
1 (248) 281 -6299
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Getting Started
If you want to start the process of evicting a tenant in Detroit, you can serve your tenant first with an Eviction Notice (7 days or 30 days) . Depending on your situation, this notice may or may not have to include the reason or reasons for eviction:

For example, if the tenant is failing to do something—such as pay rent—the notice will have to state this and state a time and manner in which the tenant has to pay rent in order to avoid eviction. If your tenant corrects the problem, you no longer have cause for eviction. If your tenant does not remedy the problem within the time provided, you may file an complaint for eviction in court.

If the notice does not need to have a reason or reasons for the eviction—such as a 30-day notice to move out of a month-to-month tenancy—you may file an lawsuit as soon as the notice period ends.


Landlords: You must serve your tenant with 7 days notice to quit or 30 days notice to quit before you file your case in court. 
​*  $199.00 for landlords and or property management companies with 8 eviction at one time.  

** Flat fees do Not include court costs such as fees for filing the complaint, service of the complaint, certifying copies of the order for possession, and the sheriff’s fee to physically carry out the eviction. Additional potential court costs may also apply. Our Flat Fee does not cover any work or communications beyond the first court date. In cases where a final court order is not obtained at the initial court date, all subsequent work will be billed at an hourly rate.*
We Help Detroit City Landlords and Managing Agents with all their Tenant Issues for Commercial,
Residential, co-op, Condo, Rent Regulated and Free Market Rental Properties.
We serve the entire City of Detroit and surrounding areas for residential, commercial, mobile homes, and foreclosure evictions.
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We Offer Flat Fee Eviction Services**
Fixed fee is one which does not change after the agreement. Usually, if there is a change, it must be in writing and agree by both parties. Fixed fees is great for landlords because it prevents surprise bills which can get out of control like in some family law or divorce cases. It's always best to know exactly the amount you will be expected to pay, nothing more.  

We Do Not Charge Hourly Fees For Evictions 
Affordable Representation
We are affordable landlord / tenant attorneys in Detroit areas because we use flat or fixed rates. As a flat fee lawyers, we end up saving clients thousands of dollars in Michigan evictions.  


"Flat fee eviction lawyer" applies only to eviction cases! We generally do not charge hourly fees because it can get out of hand for clients very quickly. Landlords are already having problems with nonpaying tenants or tenants are destroying their properties and investments, they don't need additional stress.  
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Tenants Do Not Have Lease & 
Or Lease Expired 
If a tenant does not vacate the property after the expiration of lease, landlord must serve the tenant with a written notice of termination, and then a landlord (or Property Owner) can file an eviction in court to evict the tenant. Remember, lockouts are illegal. This includes forcing a tenant to leave by shutting off their utilities.
What is an eviction?
An eviction is a legal process in which a landlord asks the Michigan court to removes a tenant from a rental property. The reasoning behind this could range from non-payment of rent, habitually paying the rent late, breaching the terms of a lease or damaging the property, with a huge range of possibilities in-between. Our experienced landlord tenant lawyers in Michigan deal with all areas of tenant eviction actions, from public and private sector tenancies to commercial lets. We prepare the necessary eviction notices including summon and complaint or order of eviction.
Rules you must follow
You must follow strict Michigan eviction procedures if you want your tenants to leave your property, depending on the type of tenancy agreement and its terms. You may be liable of illegally evicting or harassing your tenants during COVID-19 if you don’t follow the correct procedures and so obtaining legal advice and help is strongly advised.
We are always looking to build a long term business relationships with property management companies in Michigan by offering special rate for all eviction & real estate litigation in Detroit metro & surrounding counties. Our professional lawyers, paralegals and staff are dedicated to work closely with property management companies by providing them with all legal tools they need to promote their management's services and skills. We provide a high level of service to clients who require advice on residential & commercial property and helping them to achieve their business objectives cost-effectively while ensuring they will stay within the law. To learn more about our objective, call (248) 281-6299 and ask to speak with our eviction lawyers. 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ATTORNEYS
How Landlords Can Evict Bad Tenants in Detroit Michigan?
It’s important to follow the proper procedures!
Even with the best tenants, you always run into the possibility of an eviction. If you are considering an eviction, you need to know how to go about it and what to expect through the process. Before you get started, be sure to follow the laws in the State of Michigan. 
Never Take Matters into Your Own Hands
Even though you may think that it will be easier to simply evict tenants without going through the necessary steps, it is illegal in Michigan to do a self-help eviction. You must follow the rules and regulations in Michigan otherwise you may get sued by your tenant. 

Below some examples of things you cannot do without going through the proper legal steps include:

removing the tenant from the property by force;
removing the belongings of your tenants from the property;
changing the locks on the home and essentially locking them out of the property;
turning off any essential utilities to the property such as water, gas, and electric; and
harass the tenants as a way to make them leave the property.

You will need to go through with the eviction process in order to remove the tenants from your property even if you think it may be easier and faster to do things without following the rule
Our firm litigates Landlord-Tenant matters, representing landlords and management companies in Detroit, Wayne county, Oakland county & Macomb County in actions such as:

• Non-payment
• Holdover
• Commercial
• HP
• Section 8
• Rent Stabilized
• Rent Controlled
• Cooperative and Condominium
• Non-primary Residence
• Squatters
• Behavioral Issues
• Illegal lock out
• etc.
- William McConico, chief judge of Detroit's 36th District Court, said Friday that the district court is lifting its moratorium on evictions in keeping with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling.


- The Supreme Court blocked the latest federal moratorium on residential evictions allowing evictions to resume nationwide. 


-  The Detroit court will not issue its own moratorium, and evictions for nonpayment of rent would resume immediately.

The most common cases we handle between landlords and tenants are:
Nonpayment or late payment of rent;
Breach of lease;
Nuisance;
Illegal subletting;
Unauthorized pets;
Unauthorized alteration;
Property Damages
When Can a Landlord Evict a Tenant in Detroit Areas?
According to Michigan landlord-Tenant laws, a landlord is able to evict a tenant on specific grounds, such as in the event of a holdover or non-payment of rent.  A holdover case occurs when the lease end or the landlord believes the tenant violated the terms of the lease in any way other than non-payment of rent.

Holdover cases frequently involve lease violations such as:

- Harming or destroying property
- Having an unauthorized pet or appliance
- Overstaying the expiration date of the lease
- Subletting to other people without permission
- Engaging in activities that are bothersome to other tenants

The other common reason for eviction of a tenant, non-payment of rent, is self-explanatory. This happens when a tenant fails to make their monthly rent payments on time. When these types of disputes cannot be settled, the tenant may be served with a formal notice of eviction by the landlord.
We offer eviction representation for property management companies starting at    $199.00*

Rent arrears are one of the most common reasons landlords and letting agents come to us to start eviction proceedings in Detroit areas. Regardless of the reasons behind the tenant not paying the rent, the spiralling rent debt can be crippling for any landlord.
Tenants not paying the rent

Expert Help & Advice to Guide You Through The Tenant Eviction Process
When tenants are causing property damage:

Landlords should generally expect the property and furniture to be looked after. If damage occurs outside the scope of general wear and tear then the landlord is right to expect this to be fixed by the tenant or the cost covered, it the tenants refuse then you may want to take action to have them evicted..
Eviction Process in Michigan 

If you’re having trouble with a tenant, it’s fine to try and work things out between the two of you, but sometimes eviction is necessary. Every step of the eviction process should be overseen by an experienced eviction attorney.
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​As a landlord, you have many financial responsibilities. When tenants are late on rent or refuse to pay rent, you need to be protected. Let us help you!
 Landlords must follow a formal, legal process for eviction in Detroit 
The only legal way for a landlord to evict tenant is by filing a lawsuit and getting an eviction judgment against tenant. 
Only the sheriff / court officer can legally remove your tenant from your home after writ issued by the court