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WELCOME TO LONE STAR EVICTIONS

Since our inception we’ve maintained one goal in mind. That goal is to return possession of the home to the landlord by evicting tenants who violate the terms of their lease agreement.  We have stayed true to this goal and will continue to enhance our services to help us maintain the goal.

We understand the eviction process, the financial burden, and the abandonment felt by most landlords.  We are here to help push through the tough times of being a landlord by communicating all aspects of your case in a effort to keep our clients informed and knowledgeable.

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LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN EVICTION CASES

NOTICE TO VACATE

The absolute first step in the eviction process. The notice must be delivered in accordance to the state property code.

FACT:  Proof must be shown in court of how the Notice to Vacate was delivered. Not delivering the Notice in accordance to state law or filing too early will result in the case being dismissed or a judgement in favor of the tenant.

LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN EVICTION CASES

COURT APPEARANCE

Most landlords do not have the time to go to court, nor would they want to.  We will represent you in court so you do not have to attend

FACT: In any Eviction Case in Justice Court, an authorized agent requesting or obtaining a default judgment need not be an attorney.  See Section 24.011, Texas Property Code.

In an Eviction Case, a corporation or other entity may be represented by an an attorney, or by an employee, owner, officer, or partner who is not an attorney, and may be represented by a property manager or other authorized agent in an Eviction Case.  Rule 500.4.

LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN EVICTION CASES

WRIT OF POSSESSION

A judgement was awarded but the tenant has not moved out. The constable must forcibly remove the tenant and their belongs from the dwelling.

FACT: If the tenant has moved out and abandoned the dwelling, you may take possession.  Take pictures of any items left by the tenant.

LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN EVICTION CASES

EVICTION APPEAL

Every tenant has the right to appeal their case in county court.  This is a legal method used by the tenant to buy more time.

FACT:  A successful appeal requires a tenant to deposit one month of rent into the court’s registry. Once a judgement is rendered in favor of the landlord, any funds in the registry will be disbursed to the landlord.

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ABOUT US

Founded in 2005, our team is comprised of lawyers, paralegals, and legal assistants from many different backgrounds in law, real estate, education, and property management. We believe this diverse mix of talent brings a special understanding to the financial burden and emotional aspect of evictions. We listen, give advice, and create a plan of action for every client we represent.

With a focus squarely on assisting landlords in evictions cases, Lone Star Eviction Service continues to strive for excellent client service and the highest level of client satisfaction. Every eviction case is as unique as every landlord. We view both with great attention to detail and integrity. And because of this, clients return to us for more assistance.

Well Focused

OUR HISTORY

May 2005 (Opening)

Our first eviction case was in Harris County and was for non-payment of rent. We currently still represent the owner with lease renewals and property management.

March 2010 (Expansion)

With our vast network of realtors, landlords, and property managers, we began accepting eviction cases in Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio.

April 2017 (Foreclosures)

At the request of a long time client and real estate investor, we accepted our first foreclosure eviction.

November 2018 (Collaberation)

Collaboration

Merged Lone Star Evictions into Go4Rent along with LeaseSURETY to provide realtors and landlords a one-stop shop for their rental needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ’s

What documents do I need to submit to file an eviction?

It’s best to send the following documents:

  • Lease Agreement
  • 1st page of the Lease Application
  • Photo ID’s of the tenant(s)
  • Rent Roll (an accounting of when rent was due and when it was paid)

Can I collect rent after you have filed the eviction?

Most judges will DISMISS an eviction case for nonpayment of rent if a landlord accepts rent from a tenant after the eviction was filed.

What happens if my tenant does not appear in court?

The court will issue a Default Judgment in favor of the landlord.

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