How Important is the Notice of Eviction Letter in Texas

A responsible tenant knows how to comply with the tenancy rules imposed by the landlord. It includes the importance of paying their rent on time. Failure to do so may lead to termination of the tenancy contract and eviction. As the property owner, you have legal rights to evict tenants for non-payment of their rent. [...]


Planning to Issue a Notice of Eviction in Texas? Here’s What You Need to Know

There are many state laws and regulations in Texas about landlord-tenant laws. There are a variety of reasons why a landlord would want to evict a tenant, and the tenancy must first be legally terminated before you can evict an occupant or tenant. As required by state law, a written notice of eviction should first [...]


How to Write a Letter of Eviction Notice

As a landlord, you will inevitably have to deal with problematic tenants. In most cases, they are only minor inconveniences, but in some cases, they might be a nuisance and you’ll have to kick them out of your property as soon as possible. Evicting a tenant out of your rental property is supported and regulated [...]


Evicting a Tenant: Writing a Notice of Eviction

Eviction laws vary from state to state. Texas state law, for example, allows a landlord to evict a tenant based on violating the rental or lease agreement. Unlawful stay or not moving out of the rental property after termination are some of the most common violations. This article discusses the legal process of tenant eviction [...]


What You Need to Know About Serving a Texas Eviction Notice to a Tenant

When serving an eviction notice to a tenant in Texas, disregarding the law could make you end up losing time and money on bad tenants. A Texas eviction lawyer can help you comply with state laws and protect your landlord rights. Contact Girling Law to learn more about how to serve a Texas eviction notice today. When Can [...]



Dickson A. sought a McKinney eviction attorney after he realized he had virtually no chance of negotiating settlement. Dickson's tenant was angry because he became convinced he had a right to buy the property. Complicating matters further, Dickson lost his original, signed copy of his lease agreement. Also, he delivered the notice to vacate improperly. [...]



Ida reached out to Girling Law seeking assistance with a family member eviction.  Ida had to evict her daughter.  After a Justice of the Peace trial, Ida's daughter obtained free legal representation.  Ida delivered her notice to vacate improperly.  This created a major problem for Ida.  Ida hired Dallas eviction attorney, Marc Girling.  Girling Law [...]



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 [...]


Fort Worth Eviction Success Story: Bradley C.

Eviction Case Background: Bradley is a real estate investor who owns several properties in the Dallas Fort Worth area.  He hired us after his relatively new tenants broke several promises to pay their second rent payments.  Eventually they stopped returning his calls.  In addition to not paying rent, Bradley’s tenants moved into the property with [...]