Eviction Prices and Services

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At Strickland Law Firm, PLLC we hate Bad Tenants too and work to get them out!

Evictions can be very unpleasant for landlords and often the reason that Owners choose to hire property managers.

Strickland Law Firm, PLLC is a Property Manager and an Eviction Attorney and offers low cost, flat-fee services to handle the different phases of the Eviction Process and get your property back to making money!

NOTE: NOTE: If Strickland Law Firm, PLLC property managers are YOUR real estate property manager or rental property manager, the following fees do not apply. Being a client has its advantages! Learn more about our Peace of Mind Management here

Flat Fee Eviction Services

Notice to Vacate - $75.00

Notice to Vacate – $75.00 (Free for property management clients)

The first step is to send a Notice to Vacate to your Bad Tenant. Texas has legal requirements for 1) the contents of the Notice, 2) how it must be served on the Bad Tenant, and 3) how much notice Owners must provide. We serve the notice on the Bad Tenant in accordance with the law and on our letterhead so the Bad Tenant knows that you engaged an actual LAW FIRM and not a real estate agent looking to make a few extra bucks. Many “eviction services” are not attorneys and claim that by hand-delivering the notice for you, they can intimidate your tenants into paying. This is not accurate. A hand-delivered notice is not likely to intimidate anyone and can be void under Texas law. We send a Notice to Vacate to your Bad Tenant by Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested and by Regular USPS Mail on LAW FIRM letterhead. This is the BEST way to politely communicate that you are serious!

Strickland Law Firm, PLLC charges only $75.00 per Notice to Vacate.

To have us send a Notice to Vacate on your behalf, please complete the form below and we will send you an email containing an Engagement Agreement and instructions for payment.



Type of Service Requested (required)

Attachments (lease, deeds, notices, etc.)


NOTE: NOTE: If Strickland Law Firm, PLLC property managers are YOUR real estate property manager or rental property manager, the above fees do not apply. Being a client has its advantages! Learn more about our Peace of Mind Management here

Eviction Trial - $399.00

Eviction Trial – $399.00 (Free for property management clients)

If the Bad Tenant does not pay after receiving the Notice to Vacate, we begin the eviction process by filing the lawsuit to evict all tenants on the lease, handling all the notices and affidavits, and represent you on the day of trial.

Strickland Law Firm, PLLC charges only $399.00 per Eviction plus court costs.

To have us represent you in an Eviction, please complete the form below and we will send you an email containing an Engagement Agreement and instructions for payment.



Type of Service Requested (required)

Attachments (lease, deeds, notices, etc.)


NOTE: NOTE: If Strickland Law Firm, PLLC property managers are YOUR real estate property manager or rental property manager, the above fees do not apply. Being a client has its advantages! Learn more about our Peace of Mind Management here

Writ of Possession - $399

Writ of Posession – $399.00

After an Owner receives a Judgment in their favor, the Justice Court gives the Bad Tenant five (5) days by which they must vacate the property or appeal the judgment.

If the Bad Tenant does not vacate the property after five (5) days, the Owner must file a Writ of Possession with the Justice Court. The Constable will serve the Writ and then, if the Bad Tenant still does not leave, another Constable will go to the property with a truck and remove the Bad Tenant and their belongings.

Strickland Law Firm, PLLC charges only $399.00 to file a Writ of Possession.

To have us file a Writ of Possession for you, please complete the form below and we will send you an email containing an Engagement Agreement and instructions for payment.



Type of Service Requested (required)

Attachments (lease, deeds, notices, etc.)


Eviction Appeal - $995

Eviction Appeal – $995.00

After an Owner receives a Judgment in their favor, the Justice Court gives the Bad Tenant five (5) days by which they must vacate the property or appeal the judgment.

If the Bad Tenant appeals the Judgment, the appeal is called an Appeal De Novo and must be argued before a county court judge. At the county court, all rules of Texas civil procedure and evidence are enforced. When hired, we handle all filings and notices, create all affidavits, and represent you on the day of trial.

Strickland Law Firm, PLLC charges only $995.00 per Eviction Appeal.

To have us represent you in an Eviction Appeal, please complete the form below and we will send you an email containing an Engagement Agreement, Case Questionnaire, and instructions for payment.



Type of Service Requested (required)

Attachments (lease, deeds, notices, etc.)


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