Florida Eviction Attorney
At CPC Law, we believe that real estate investing should be a major component of every diversified investment portfolio. Most of our investor clients rent out their properties to generate income and we work to protect that cash flow and the underlying property by helping our clients prevent and resolve the tenant disputes and problems that arise. We understand our investor clients in both the residential and commercial markets. Charles Castellon is a real estate investor who understand the challenges landlords often face.
Our firm offers a complete array of landlord-tenant services and all other forms of legal assistance for the investor community. We are especially aware of the time-sensitive nature of this work, especially when landlords are forced to pay expenses including mortgages, taxes and insurance while the tenant is not paying rent. We move quickly, skillfully and decisively in full consideration of the stress and pressure that comes from landlord-tenant disputes.
We also believe that preventive legal care, like preventive medicine, can avoid many problems and their resulting costs before they happen. As such, we draft carefully-tailored and thorough legal documents including leases, lease-options, statutory notices, correspondence and lawsuits such as evictions and other causes of action. Some firms effectively handle the “2-hop ground balls” of uncontested evictions, which simply involves pushing paper for a judge to rubber-stamp.
These days, tenants are fighting back more than ever, in large part due to the abundance of young and hungry attorneys willing to represent them cheaply of for no money at all in the hopes of catching landlords in technical legal mistakes that will allow them to collect attorney’s fees from the landlord. As such, landlords need an experienced litigator willing and able to fight evictions in court.
CPC Law goes to court to fight for our clients and we effectively negotiate settlements for our clients’ benefit at mediation conferences or complete the eviction. Our landlord-tenant services and other legal work for the investor community are provided with the highest level of skill, knowledge and professionalism for all clients from the “mom & pop” landlords to commercial property owners under reasonable fee arrangements.
For landlords who want to try handling residential evictions on their own and save hiring an attorney for other matters, we’ve created the attached Florida Landlord’s Eviction Flow Chart with corresponding legal forms. These documents provide a step-by-step guide through the eviction process from the first missed payment to the Sheriff taking the tenants out of your home.