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TENANT HARASSING NEIGHBORS – AUSTIN EVICTION

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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 Location: Austin, TX Eviction Court Location: Austin, TX Eviction Trial Outcome – Tenant Harassing Neighbors Read More

NON-PAYING TENANT SUCCESS STORY: Janice S.

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Janice S. decided to hire a Dallas eviction attorney, L. Marc Girling, who quickly identified the weaknesses in Janice’s case, developed a strategy to minimize her risk, and successfully executed on that strategy.  Girling Law solved the problem of Janice’s non-paying tenant efficiently.  More importantly, Janice’s Dallas eviction attorney made a point of contacting the non-paying tenant’s attorney early.  Girling Law realized that settlement was key to avoiding the Judge Read More

ARLINGTON TX EVICTION SUCCESS STORY: K.I.

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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 Worth. The landlord hired Arlington eviction attorney, Marc Girling to handle its County Court eviction Read More

Notice to Vacate: Delivering Outside is Now Permitted, but There’s a Catch….

A notice to vacate is a fairly innocuous thing.  Texas courts tend to give landlords a very wide berth when it comes to what is in a notice to vacate.  But delivering a notice to vacate is arguably the most common reason Property Managers and Apartment Community Managers receive dismissals from a Justice of the Peace. If you have managed lower or middle-income properties for a substantial period of time, Read More

Never Hand Deliver a Notice to Vacate

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Starting Off on the Wrong Foot with Your Eviction Attorney I love it when a landlord calls me and tells me they have a written lease agreement with tenant who stopped paying rent.  For me, these are typically very easy cases.  This means my odds of having a very happy client will be high.  But then the landlord hits me with the nine words I hate the most: “I already Read More