Can You Give Initiate an Eviction Due to Pets?

Texas law allows you to evict a tenant due to pets when they violate your lease agreement’s stated pet policy. There are situations, however, where an eviction action may be illegal. As a landlord, it is important that you know the difference so that you handle any pet issue legally. If you are considering eviction [...]

2019-03-11T13:57:31+00:00

5 Legal Reasons to Evict a Tenant

There are may be many reasons to evict a tenant, but not all are allowed by Texas law. Before you start an eviction, make sure you base the process on one of the 5 legal reasons detailed below. If you are considering evicting a tenant, a Richland Hills TX eviction lawyer can help. Contact Girling Law today to learn more about how to [...]

2019-02-14T08:42:44+00:00

What You Need to Know About Serving a Texas Eviction Notice to a Tenant

When serving an eviction notice to a tenant in Texas, disregarding the law could make you end up losing time and money on bad tenants. A Texas eviction lawyer can help you comply with state laws and protect your landlord rights. Contact Girling Law to learn more about how to serve a Texas eviction notice today. When Can [...]

2019-02-14T09:08:25+00:00

TENANT HARASSING NEIGHBORS – AUSTIN EVICTION

George hired Austin eviction attorneys at Girling Law attempted negotiating a resolution, but the parties were unable to agree on a moveout date.  The case went to trial, and Girling Law obtained a judgment for George.  The tenant immediately appealed. George asked Girling Law to continue representing him in his Austin eviction appeal. Rental Property [...]

2017-02-10T13:36:06+00:00

TENANT REQUESTED A JURY TRIAL – VICTORY FOR LANDLORD YESHUA C.

After Yeshua’s first attorney’s attempt to evict a pair of problem tenants fell apart, Yeshua’s new eviction jury trials.  The firm’s attorneys are both experienced and well trained in handling eviction jury trial, executed on a well-designed trial strategy, successfully educated the jury, absolutely punished one of the witnesses on the stand, and obtained for Yeshua a [...]

2016-12-18T19:42:37+00:00

Eviction by Jury Trial – Information for Texas Landlords

Evictions are a hassle.  They’re expensive and time-consuming.  But when your tenant requests a jury trial a whole different level of pain-in-my-neck (yes – I cleaned that up…). Let’s get right to it: your best and least expensive option in this situation is to pursue settlement aggressively.  Where settlement is not an option, you should [...]

2016-11-19T09:08:27+00:00

MCKINNEY EVICTION ATTORNEY SUCCESS STORY: Dickson A.

Dickson A. sought a McKinney eviction attorney after he realized he had virtually no chance of negotiating settlement. Dickson's tenant was angry because he became convinced he had a right to buy the property. Complicating matters further, Dickson lost his original, signed copy of his lease agreement. Also, he delivered the notice to vacate improperly. [...]

2016-08-20T23:05:36+00:00

FAMILY MEMBER EVICTION SUCCESS STORY :  Ida M.

Ida reached out to Girling Law seeking assistance with a family member eviction.  Ida had to evict her daughter.  After a Justice of the Peace trial, Ida's daughter obtained free legal representation.  Ida delivered her notice to vacate improperly.  This created a major problem for Ida.  Ida hired Dallas eviction attorney, Marc Girling.  Girling Law [...]

2016-08-19T15:19:34+00:00

ARLINGTON TX EVICTION SUCCESS STORY: K.I.

The landlord in this case used a high-risk notice to vacate delivery method. The tenant appealed her Arlington TX eviction trial to a County Court at Law in Fort Worth, TX. Because the landlord is a corporation, the landlord was required to hire an attorney for representation before the County Court at Law in Fort [...]

2016-06-04T23:18:04+00:00
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