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Notice-to-Vacate Letter (on Law-Firm Letterhead)
from an Aggressive Eviction Attorney Who
Forces Your Unruly Tenants to Pay Attention

At Girling Law we’ve come up with a simple solution to meet your needs. Your tenant gets a Notice to Vacate from an attorney, but you don’t have to pay the retainer that normally comes with hiring a law firm.

It’s the fastest, easiest, and cheapest way to show your tenant that you mean business and WON’T be ignored.

Even better…you can get your customized letter in only 5 minutes!

To get your letter right now, just click the link below.

3-Day Notice to Vacate
24-Hour Notice to Vacate

IMPORTANT: Use this 24-hour notice to vacate ONLY IF you have a written lease agreement that permits you to use a 24-hour notice. All Texas Association of Realtors leases permit 24-hour notices.

Let Me Use My Texas Law License to
Put Your Tenant on Notice

If you’re dealing with a bad tenant, you want them out ASAP. You know you need to get a Notice to Vacate letter, and that if you don’t do things the right way (from language to delivery), you could lose in court.

So you need a letter that gets your tenant’s attention, but you want to keep your cost to a minimum…and you’re probably thinking of using a notice delivery method that can make an eviction trial risky (even if that delivery method is permitted under Texas law)….

You Have 3 Choices:

This is the absolutely BEST way to do it, because you know your letter will comply with Texas law.

The downside?

You need a lot of cash upfront for a retainer.

This is much cheaper than hiring an attorney, but has its own set of problems:

  • YOU DON’T GET THE BENEFITS OF LETTERHEAD FROM A LAW FIRM – You wouldn’t believe how much fear a Notice to Vacate on attorney letterhead can strike in your tenant’s heart. Our letterhead shows him you mean business, and won’t be ignored. You don’t get this benefit with templates.
  • YOU CAN EASILY SCREW UP THE LANGUAGE – Texas law gives landlords very little guidance about what language is required in a Notice to Vacate. It’s unbelievably easy to include too much info, not enough info, or accidentally violate other laws.
  • YOU MAY NOT GET EXACT DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS – In addition to perfect wording, we describe for you three ways you can lawfully deliver your letter (and you wouldn’t believe how many landlords screw this part up). If you get this wrong, your case gets tossed.

If you do that, you’re just begging the judge to throw out your case.

So if all three methods have faults, what should YOU do?

Use a Girling Law Notice to Vacate to maximize your tenant’s fear of facing a law firm while minimizing your investment!

Let me explain.

How to Use Girling Law to
Intimidate Your Tenants Without
Forking Over a Fistful Of Cash for a Retainer

At Girling Law we came up with a solution that’s much cheaper than a retainer, but much more effective than a template, so you can get the best of both worlds.

You get an aggressive letter from a firm that represents only Texas landlords…

…you get the intimidation factor of our letterhead…

…and all you have to do is fill out a brief form.

Plus, we tell you EXACT instructions on the 3 ways you can deliver your Notice to Vacate (this is the NUMBER ONE reason eviction cases get overturned, so you better believe this is important).

Are you ready to get rid of your problem tenant? Let’s get started.

3-Day Notice to Vacate
24-Hour Notice to Vacate

IMPORTANT: Use this 24-hour notice to vacate ONLY IF you have a written lease agreement that permits you to use a 24-hour notice. All Texas Association of Realtors leases permit 24-hour notices.

Here’s What You Get

When you order your Girling Law Notice to Vacate Letter, you get the following…

  • Customized Notice to Vacate Letter (with Girling Law letterhead) in PDF format
  • Girling Law Envelope
  • Precise instructions that explain the 3 delivery methods you can use

Because we are a landlord law firm, we prepare our letters to cover situations that templates ignore (including laws regarding bankruptcy, military tenants, and much more).

You’re a landlord, not an attorney, so why not let us take care of the legalese so that you take care of running your business?

Speaking of running your business, let’s talk about getting rid of your problem tenant…

How to Get Your
Notice to Vacate Letter in
5 Minutes

You’re just a few moments away from getting your letter and taking the first step towards evicting your tenant.

You get a customized letter with Girling Law letterhead…you get a Girling Law envelope…and you get exact delivery instructions.

And you can get it in a matter of minutes.

The longer you delay, the longer your problem tenant stays, so why not take action and invest in your Notice To Vacate letter today?

You can get our 3-Day Notice or our 24-Hour Notice.

Please read the following carefully to make sure you select the right option:

Texas law requires you to use a 3-Day Notice to Vacate unless you and your tenant have a written lease agreement that permits you to use a 24-Hour Notice to Vacate. All TAA leases and Texas Realtor’s Association leases permit 24-Hour Notices to Vacate. If you have a different type of lease, review the section of your lease that discusses the tenant’s default. Should your lease not mention a 24-hour Notice to Vacate, you are required to use a 3-Day Notice to Vacate.

In other words…if you have ANY doubts at all, get the 3-Day Notice.

Just make your selection below and you’ll have your letter in a matter of minutes.

3-Day Notice to Vacate
24-Hour Notice to Vacate

IMPORTANT: Use this 24-hour notice to vacate ONLY IF you have a written lease agreement that permits you to use a 24-hour notice. All Texas Association of Realtors leases permit 24-hour notices.

The Fine Print

  • When I purchase a Notice To Vacate from you, does that make Girling Law my attorney?

By purchasing a Notice to Vacate from Girling Law, you are in no way hiring us as your attorney (although we would welcome the opportunity to represent you!). You are hiring us for the limited purpose of producing for you a Notice to Vacate on our firm’s letterhead, which you may use only for your designated tenant and only on one occasion. You are simply leveraging the gravity and intimidation factor of a Notice to Vacate displayed on our firm’s letterhead.

  • What happens if my tenant decides to call the number Girling Law puts in the letter?

Once your tenant receives the Notice to Vacate, your tenant may elect to call our office number. Should your tenant call this number, they will receive a voice message explaining that you, as the landlord, are under no obligation to enter into a settlement agreement or otherwise agree to allow the tenant to remain living in the property. The message also instructs the tenant to call the landlord or the landlord’s representative if the tenant would like to determine if the landlord might be interested in agreeing to settlement terms.

  • Ok, I’m ready to get my letter, can you tell me exactly how the process works?

First you will fill out a simple online form, providing us details about you, your rental property, and your tenant. Our system will use this information to construct your Notice to Vacate. You will then receive an email containing a pdf of your Notice to Vacate on Girling Law’s letterhead and two pages of detailed instructions covering three different delivery methods permitted under Texas law. You choose the delivery method that best works for your situation.

We’re Ready To Help You

If you’re ready to be rid of your problem tenant…if you want to make sure you use the right language…and if you hate the idea of your case getting tossed because you didn’t deliver the letter the proper way, make your selection below and get the letter that’s right for you.

You’ll be glad you did.

3-Day Notice to Vacate
24-Hour Notice to Vacate

IMPORTANT: Use this 24-hour notice to vacate ONLY IF you have a written lease agreement that permits you to use a 24-hour notice. All Texas Association of Realtors leases permit 24-hour notices.