YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY AND DO YOUR OWN EVICTION
I WILL PREPARE YOUR DOCUMENTS FOR A RESIDENTIAL, NON SUBSIDIZED, UNCONTESTED
EVICTION FOR $50.00
YOU SIGN AND FILE YOUR DOCUMENTS ALONG WITH THE PROPER FEES
Register to File and pay electronically: Click the blue button below and once the web page opens: go to the bottom of the open page and click on THE "FILE NOW" button. When that page oen go to the bottom of the page and look for the drop down menu for Role. Open the drop down menu and click "Self-Represented Litigant" and click on the "Register" button. Complete that information requested and you are ready to go.
(Residential, non subsidized, uncontested eviction for Possession only)
You sign and File Documents
You will be provided instructions on the process once payment is received, and you may email me if you have any questions.
All payments shall be considered a non-refundable, immediately usable retainer fee. NO REFUNDS.
318 N. John Young Parkway, Suite 6, Kissimmee, Osceola County, Florida 34741
John Karl Schwartz, Jr
You will provide the Attorney with a copy of your lease. If no written lease, the terms of the lease and tenants along with a short list of questions that attorney will need to complete the documents. Your Documents will be emailed to you to be signed, notarized and filed by you. You can Register to file and pay electronically.
Law Office of John Karl Schwartz, Jr
407-932-2883 Eviction Lawyer
Lawofficejohnschwartz@gmail.com John@lawofficejohnschwartz.com Phone: 407-932-2883
The Hiring of a lawyer is an important decision to make and should not be based solely on an advertisement. Before you decide ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. The law office of John Karl Schwartz, Jr., does not represent you unless paperwork is signed that states otherwise.
Attorney will prepare the following documents for you to to sign and file:
1) Notice to Pay or Vacate
2) Complaint for Possession
4) Civil Cover Sheet
5) Certificate of Mailing
6) Non-Military Affidavit
7) Motion for Clerk's Default
8) Clerk's Default
9) Motion for Judgment for Possession
10) Letter to Judge
11) Judgment for Possession
12) Writ of Possession