Landlords often have tenants that they want out of their properties for a variety of reasons. In Virginia, it can be hard for a landlord to evict a tenant on their own. We are very experienced in obtaining legal possession for both commercial and residential property owners. We take all legal action to evict unwanted tenants quickly and obtain judgment for the amounts due. We can then proceed with collection action on the judgment.
To engage our firm and start the eviction process, a landlord needs to:
- Provide the signed lease for the property if one exists
- Provide all relevant contact information known (i.e., phone numbers, addresses, email addresses, etc.)
- Provide any known employment and banking information
- Provide a detailed and accurate statement outlining the amounts due in unpaid rent and/or listing the non-monetary “breaches” of the lease
We typically work on retainer for evictions, which we can explain during our initial consultation. Once we obtain judgment and obtain possession of the property for you, the judgment can be collected on a contingency basis.