When you’re coming head to head with your tenants, it can be difficult to not only ask them to leave but to actually make them leave your property, as well. Whatever the reason for a tenant eviction, it’s typically a heated and potentially volatile situation, which means that when you begin the eviction process, you should be fully prepared for what’s coming next. For many property owners, filing an eviction request can be difficult and confusing, and once you’ve begun the process, you’ll likely need a tenant eviction attorney to help you along, providing legal aid and legal representation, as necessary. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, we have years of experience with tenant eviction law, helping property owners uphold the rights to which they are entitled, as property owners, and helping them navigate the rights of their tenants. To begin a tenant eviction in Anoka County or Hennepin County, MN, contact us today so that we can help you get started with the right paperwork and information to move forward successfully and conduct a quick eviction.
What You Need to Begin the Tenant Eviction Process
Before we can help you pursue a tenant eviction case, there are several pieces of paperwork and information we’ll need in order to make sure we understand your case and your needs. Before we can help you create an effective tenant eviction case or file the necessary paperwork, please gather the following information for our use:
- A copy of the rental agreement or lease
- A copy of the notice to terminate tenancy, if one was created
Once we meet with you, we will provide you with the eviction request form needed to complete the eviction process, and we’ll walk you through every step so that you can be sure you file your eviction request completely, correctly, and quickly, ensuring the simplest eviction process possible for you and your tenants.
Benefits of a Tenant Eviction Attorney
Tenant evictions are notoriously heated and complicated, and each case is different depending on the specific agreements between tenants and property owners and the circumstances of the eviction. With the right information, our tenant eviction attorney can make it simple for you to evict a tenant who has broken a contract or otherwise made it impossible for them to continue their tenancy on your property. We will help make the process faster by completing all required tenant eviction paperwork properly the first time, filing your eviction with the court, serving the tenant with the notice of eviction, and helping you pursue further legal action, if necessary. To speak with an Anoka county or Hennepin County, Minnesota tenant eviction attorney, contact us today at 763) 427-5131 or email@example.com, and have the relevant information on hand so that we can help you sort out your tenant eviction situation ASAP.