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Arizona Evictions

  • Tenant Notices Required by Law
    $95.00 Choose Options Tenant Notices Required by Law
    We prepare and serve five day notices for non-payment of rent, ten day notices of material breach or any other type of notice you need.  The notices are on our law firm letterhead.  You have two options for service...
  • Arizona Residential Eviction in Justice Court
    $475.00 Arizona Residential Eviction in Justice Court
    The fee covers preparation of the summons and complaint, court filing fee, service of process and appearance at the initial court hearing on your behalf.  We handle eviction lawsuits in any...
  • Maricopa County Old Superior Court House
    $1,000.00 Arizona Residential Eviction in Superior Court
    If you are seeking more than $10,000 in unpaid rent and late fees your eviction lawsuit must be filed in Superior Court.    Otherwise, you can file your eviction in Justice Court.  For more information on...
  • Arizona Immediate Eviction for Criminal Activity
    $750.00 Arizona Immediate Eviction for Criminal Activity
    If you have "Crime Free" language in your lease or if your tenant has committed any of the following crimes on the property you can file an immedaite eviction: discharging a weapon, homicide, prostitution, gang...
  • Constable will serve the writ of restitution to remove tenants from property.
    $200.00 Choose Options Writ of Restitution
    The writ of restitution empowers a peace officer to remove an Arizona tenant from real property.  You need an eviction judgment before you can get the writ.  Click here to get an eviction judgment...
  • Real Estate Repossession Service
    $250.00 Real Estate Repossession Service
    When the constable or the sheriff serve a writ, the property owner needs to have a representative meet them at the property. The day the writ is served you should change the locks or keys.  If the tenants have personal...
  • Arizona Commercial Property Eviction
    $1,500.00 Arizona Commercial Property Eviction
    Commercial Evictions It's possible for an Arizona commercial landlord to recover possession of their property without filing an eviction lawsuit.  But, if you want to obtain a money judgment against your tenant, about...



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