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Legal Advocates, PLLC
2424 N. Federal Highway, Suite 411
Boca Raton, FL 33431

Landlord Legal Representation – Eviction of Tenants

We represent both residential and commercial landlords throughout a wide range of legal issues which may arise within landlord-tenant law. We handle all aspects of landlord-tenant law; from drafting and reviewing leases, to sending notices/demand letters to tenants, to filing evictions actions, to litigating or attending mediations in landlord-tenant disputes.

The attorneys at Legal Advocates, PLLC are knowledgeable and qualified in all landlord-tenant legal issues.  Our attorneys are experienced in both the transactional aspects of this area of practice, and the litigation aspects, should disputes arise.  Disputes may sometimes be resolved with a simple letter written by a knowledgeable attorney, and sometimes they require litigation.  In either situation, it is always best to resolve any potential legal issue(s) with the help and guidance of an experienced landlord-tenant attorney.

Some of the landlord-tenant matters that we handle include the following:

  • Lease drafting and negotiation
  • Evictions based upon breach of lease provisions
  • Evictions based upon failure to pay rent
  • Problems with property upkeep; destruction of property
  • Repairs
  • Abandonment
  • Ground leases
  • Implied warranty of habitability issues
  • Quiet enjoyment claims
  • Security deposit claims
  • Drafting and serving: 3-day notices, notices of termination, notices of default, amongst other correspondences
  • Seeking damages

Landlord-Tenant Law in Florida

When a landlord is attempting to evict a tenant, Florida law requires specific steps and procedures, as well as exact timelines, which both the landlord and tenant must follow and abide by. If the landlord fails to correctly follow the requisite steps and procedures, the eviction may be dismissed by the court. Likewise, if the tenant does not properly follow the legal requirements and abide by the timelines, the court may find the tenant in default and grant the eviction and damages, if sought.

If you are a landlord and feel the need to start the eviction process, commence collection actions on unpaid rent, or for the cost of repairing damage to the property; you should consult with an attorney who can help you recover your losses.

For all these reasons, and to protect and preserve your rights, it is essential to have an experienced attorney on your side who knows and understands the complexities of Florida landlord-tenant law.

We know that every day matters to you when a tenant is not making their rent payments. Once you contact our office and speak with one of our attorneys, we will immediately begin the eviction process.

The attorneys of Legal Advocates, PLLC are dedicated to representing landlords to protect their rental properties and commercial spaces from abusive tenants. Our attorneys pride themselves on providing superior legal representation at a reasonable cost, as everything we do is always in your interest.

We are local South Florida attorneys that practice exclusively in Palm Beach and Broward counties. Areas we serve include:

Boca Raton

Boynton Beach

Coral Springs

Dania Beach


Deerfield Beach

Delray Beach

Fort Lauderdale




Lake Worth




Palm Beach Gardens


Pompano Beach

Rivera Beach

Royal Palm Beach





When you call Legal Advocates, PLLC you meet personally with one of our attorneys to review your case and advise you of the options you may have.

At Legal Advocates, PLLC we keep our clients abreast of every step of your case.

If you are involved in a landlord-tenant dispute, contact Legal Advocates, PLLC today at (561) 666-3443 for a free consultation to find out how we can help. You can also email us at and a member of our staff will contact you promptly. Our office is conveniently located just minutes from I-95 on Federal Highway between Spanish River Road and Glades Road in Boca Raton. Upon request, we also have alternative satellite office locations throughout Palm Beach and Broward County where our attorneys can arrange to meet you and discuss your case.