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Detroit Location: 18551 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI. 48228              Southfield  Location:  24300 Southfield, Ste 210,  Southfield, MI. 48075
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
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In Michigan, evictions moratorium has been lifted.  
Renters / Tenants : How to Get COVID-19 Rent Relief: Have you received a Notice to Quit from your landlord or a summons from the court? Is your household income less than the area median income (see chart)? If you answered yes to both of these questions, you should reach out to your local Housing Assessment and Resource Agency (HARA). 
Detroit Eviction: Only hours after a statewide moratorium on evictions had been lifted, an extension was granted to residents in the city of Detroit.
Evictions proceedings can resume in Michigan but the 36th district court in Detroit extends moratorium in Detroit until Aug 15, 2020, to protect people whose livelihood had been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Tel: (248) 281-6299 
We Have Handled Thousands of Landlord-Tenant Cases Since 1998
Experienced Michigan Eviction Attorneys  
We Work Closely With Eviction Officers and Bailiffs
Professional, Efficient & Fast Legal Services 
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We serve the entire City of Detroit and surrounding areas for residential, commercial, mobile homes, and foreclosure evictions.
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Tel: (248) 281-6299 
Representing Landlords, Management Companies, and other Housing Complexes in court appearances and evictions. We've Helped 1000+ Of Landlords Get Their Tenants Evicted For Either Non-Payment of Rent Or Termination In Detroit & Surrounding Areas.

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. 
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Tel: (248) 281-6299 
Landlord-tenant law in Michigan is getting complex with many overlapping laws, rules, and regulations during COVID-19 that can be confusing for landlords and tenants alike.
Do you need a Michigan landlord-tenant attorney? We can help. 
Why we’re different
We Offer Flat Fee Eviction Services**
** 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.
For a flat-fee, you get:

Sending and serving your tenant with either 7 or 30 days notice as required by Michigan Laws. 
The drafting and filing of a complaint seeking possession of your property,  judgment for any unpaid rent if applicable or possession-only if you wish
Legal representation in Michigan court at the first court hearing.

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