We serve the notice on the Bad Tenant in accordance with the law and on our law firm’s letterhead so the Bad Tenant knows that you engaged an actual LAW FIRM and not a real estate agent looking to make a few extra bucks. We then file suit, have a registered process server personally deliver the lawsuit to your tenant, and then negotiate the Bad Tenant’s exit. Historically, half of our cases have resolved at this step.
Attorney-owned evictions specialists!
At Evictly, we know time is the most valuable asset, especially for property managers. Our eviction services are designed specifically to save you money and time on your eviction processing.
We partner with top-rated Augusta eviction attorneys to ensure that your evictions are handled efficiently and affordably.
Flat-Rate Pricing You'll Love Our Eviction process is streamlined to pass savings to our Property Management partners. We offer flatrate pricing for all steps of the eviction process.
We strive to offer our partners the most streamlined and affordable eviction services in the Augusta area!
1) Notice, Filing, & Service
The first step is to send a Notice to Vacate to your Bad Tenant, followed by filing the dispossessory, and serving the tenant with process.
We partner with top evictions attorneys to serve the notice on the Bad Tenant in accordance with the law and law firm letterhead so the Bad Tenant knows that you engaged an actual LAW FIRM and not a real estate agent looking to make a few extra bucks. We then file suit, have a registered process server personally deliver the lawsuit to your tenant, and then negotiate the Bad Tenant’s exit. Roughly half of our cases get resolved at this step.
2) Eviction Trial
If we cannot negotiate with the Bad Tenant to voluntarily leave and surrender the keys, the tenant can demand a trial. Evictly is owned and operated by licensed trial attorneys, who will represent you on the day of trial. This is where most evictions stop because, once evicted, most tenants pack up and leave.
3) Writ of Possession / Eviction Appeal
After an Owner receives a Judgment in their favor, the Court generally gives the Bad Tenant seven (7) days by which they must vacate the property or appeal the judgment. On occasion, they don’t leave or they file an appeal. It’s rare, but it happens.
Writ of Possession
If the Bad Tenant does not vacate the property after seven (7) days, the Owner must pay a Writ of Possession fee to the Court. The marshal or sheriff will serve the Writ and then, if the Bad Tenant still does not leave, another marshal or sheriff will go to the property and remove the Bad Tenant, so that you may get their stuff out of the house and change the locks.
If the Bad Tenant appeals the Judgment, the appeal is called an Appeal De Novo and must be argued before a superior or state court judge. In those courts, all rules of Georgia civil procedure and evidence are enforced and the judge expects anyone before the court to KNOW THE RULES. The judges are not tolerant of people who do not know proper law and procedure. Again, Evictly is owned and operated by licensed Trial Attorneys. When hired, we handle all filings and notices, create all affidavits, and represent you on the day of trial.
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