- 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.
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