Arizona Eviction Services 

 
Are you hearing this from your tenants? What do you do when they can't pay the rent?

Here are some options from the Maricopa County Justice Court's Eviction Section: 

http://justicecourts.maricopa.gov/CaseTypes/eviction.aspx

If you are ready to serve your Five Day Notice, you can find an example below and we will serve it for you:

http://justicecourts.maricopa.gov/Forms/notice_Intent_Term_Lease_Non_Pay.pdf

If that doesn't help, the next step according to the Maricopa County Court justice website is filing a claim:

"Eviction Actions
There are two types of eviction actions. Under the rules that govern eviction actions, an eviction is a type of lawsuit called a forcible or special detainer. A special detainer means that the tenant has remained in or on the property after the landlord has given written notice that the rental agreement has been terminated and that the tenant must leave the property. A landlord can file an eviction action against a tenant for nonpayment of rent, if the tenant has breached the lease, or if the tenant has committed a crime. Eviction actions seek the eviction of the tenant and the repossession of the rental property. They may also be filed if the tenant misrepresented information to the landlord or has unauthorized occupants in the residence."

Once you have filed this paperwork, our process servers will go out and serve your eviction paper work, complete an Affidavit or Certificate of Service, file it with the court and provide a copy to you.

Once you win your eviction, we can help you recover your money through our judgment recovery services. We can locate assets, find the debtor and help you garnish bank accounts and employers.

Need more information? Please schedule a FREE consultation:

http://www.strategicintelligenceservices.com/appointments.php 

 "Eviction Actions

There are two types of eviction actions. Under the rules that govern eviction actions, an eviction is a type of lawsuit called a forcible or special detainer. A special detainer means that the tenant has remained in or on the property after the landlord has given written notice that the rental agreement has been terminated and that the tenant must leave the property. A landlord can file an eviction action against a tenant for nonpayment of rent, if the tenant has breached the lease, or if the tenant has committed a crime. Eviction actions seek the eviction of the tenant and the repossession of the rental property. They may also be filed if the tenant misrepresented information to the landlord or has unauthorized occupants in the residence."

Once you have filed this paperwork, our process servers will go out and serve your eviction paper work, complete an Affidavit or Certificate of Service, file it with the court and provide a copy to you.

Once you win your eviction, we can help you recover your money through our judgment recovery services. We can locate assets, find the debtor and help you garnish bank accounts and employers.

Need more information? Please schedule a FREE consultation:

http://www.strategicintelligenceservices.com/appointments.php 


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