Efficient Eviction Law Firm Representing Pierce County Landlords

Maintaining a residential property and managing the people who live there is a difficult job. It is very common for tenants to enthusiastically agree to the terms of a lease, only to break them later. When this happens, you may be forced to evict them even if you’d rather not. At 253 Evictions, we understand the challenges landlords and property managers face. That is why we offer our services at such an affordable rate and facilitate the legal eviction process quickly.

Helping Landlords & Property Managers With Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent for Over 20 Years

The most common reason landlords evict their tenants is for non-payment of rent. Though we feel empathy for those who fall on hard times, people are responsible for living within their means and honoring the commitments they have made. If you have tenants who are delinquent on paying rent, we can help you properly notify them, file a court order for eviction, and ensure that the order is enforced.

Pay or Quit Notices

Before you can legally evict a tenant, you must serve your non-paying tenant a Pay or Quit Notice. This allows you the appropriate legal discretion to demand their departure if they cannot pay their full rent within 30 days of receiving the notice. After you have served this notice and they continue to dodge rent, you may pursue further action against them and reclaim your property.

Quick & Simple Contracts

Getting started with 253 Evictions is quick and easy. You can read our contract, fill it out, and return it back to us so that we can get started on your case right away. We are a transparent law firm that provides legal representation without any surprises for our clients.

Landlord Eviction Safety

Though it shouldn’t be this way, there is often the probability that a disenfranchised tenant who is facing eviction may attempt to harm you or your property. We simply don’t want to see this happen to you, which is why we’ve outlined several techniques for remaining safe during this process.

Protect Your Assets — Contact Our Firm Now

You’re running a business and your tenants have a duty to uphold their end of the lease. If they cannot abide by the lease terms, you cannot afford to let them continue to live on your property. Contact 253 Evictions today to get the eviction process started and take back control of your investment.

253 Evictions evicts tenants for landlords in Pierce County and the surrounding areas for non-payment, nuisance, 10-day violations, and 20-day notices. Contact our firm today at (253) 759-6853 to begin the eviction process. We can handle the entire process via fax.