The nature of the tenant eviction process is that it is extremely fast moving, which means that you need to be able to count on your legal representative to have enough familiarity with the tenant eviction process to meet the requirements associated with such a fast moving process. Additionally, that legal representative must match the ability to keep up with the pace of eviction processes with professional experience and deep knowledge of real estate law. Charles Kallemeyn has a proven track-record in both categories, and has established a wonderful reputation as an outstanding real estate lawyer as a result.
Experienced Real Estate Lawyers, MN
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm serves the people of Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, Andover, Champlin, and Ham Lake, MN. The team of Lisa Kallemeyn and Charles Kallemeyn provide a wide range of legal assistance services, but one among that list stands out as being often overlooked but of great importance when a client needs legal assistance with tenant eviction.
The tenant eviction process can be complicated by the likelihood that it is rife with conflict. No tenant wants to be evicted, and no landlord or property owner wants to engage in the tenant eviction process. It is, however, safe to say that both parties are likely to want to make the conflict go away, in which case it is necessary for the legal representative to understand both sides of the conflict. The team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn also has a significant mediation component built into their law practice. So in addition to receiving excellent legal counsel, you can count on Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn working to reduce, if not eliminate, the conflict that may characterize the tenant eviction proceedings.
If you are entering into a tenant eviction process with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, they will do all they can to minimize the impact on you. To get the process moving, you will need to provide a copy of the lease or rental agreement in question, a copy of the eviction notice, and a completed eviction request form (which will be provided by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn).
Tenant Eviction Law Process
Once that basic information is complete, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn will help the process move forward by completing the documents necessary to begin the eviction. They will then file your eviction process with the court and, perhaps most relieving of all, deliver the eviction notice to the tenant for you.
Tenant eviction may not be the most stressful legal circumstance you could find yourself in, but it is by no means free of stress. Creating a new relationship with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is very easy, and if you are moving forward with an eviction, it will be in your best interest to make contact with the law firm. You will almost certainly feel a reduction of the stress you have been feeling thus far in the eviction process, and that will trace back to the combination of competence possessed by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn and the confidence they will instill in you. Call (763) 427-5131 to discuss your case with our team.