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South Florida Document Assist provides self-represented individuals help with Florida evictions, landlord-tenant disputes, unlawful detainers, etc., throughout the State of Florida. 

 

We provide legal document preparation assistance to tenants for wrongful and illegal evictions and the landlord’s failure to return security deposits,  whether by giving formal notice to the landlord or assisting with a small claims action.

All our work is provided virtually from the comfort of your home or office. You never need to go anywhere to obtain our services. All our work is done electronically via phone and email.

Florida Landlord-Tenant courts are designed to be accessible to parties representing themselves. Whether you’re a landlord seeking to evict or eject a tenant or a tenant trying to avoid eviction, it is often possible to handle these matters without an attorney.

We provide clerical, administrative, and procedural assistance and document preparation based on your written instructions. The number one important thing everybody needs to keep in mind is that the legal process is not always as quick as you would like.
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Do I Need to Hire an Attorney to Handle an Eviction or Landlord-Tenant Dispute in Florida

DO I NEED TO HIRE AN ATTORNEY TO HANDLE AN EVICTION OR LANDLORD-TENANT DISPUTE IN FLORIDA?

Florida Landlord-Tenant courts are designed to be accessible to parties representing themselves. Whether you’re a landlord seeking to evict or eject a tenant or a tenant trying to avoid eviction, it is often possible to handle these matters without an attorney. We provide clerical, administrative, and procedural assistance and document preparation based on your written instructions. Everybody must remember that the legal process is not always as quick as you would like.

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Many small landlords and tenants cannot afford an attorney to represent themselves in eviction proceedings. The most important part of the process is filling out the forms, filing them on time with the court, and filing them correctly. That’s why an experienced Florida Eviction Document Preparation Service can be so helpful for landlord/tenant court litigants seeking to represent themselves. 

 

Some landlord/tenant matters are more complicated than others, such as tenants engaging in illegal and dangerous activities that endanger all the occupants of the buildings or a case where a tenant is being harassed or discriminated against. If we believe your situation is too risky or complicated to handle, we will refer you to an attorney who can advise you about your legal options.

South Florida Document Assist provides affordable document preparation services and forms assistance to self-represented individuals with evictions, ejectments, and other landlord-tenant matters in small claims court.

Hard to say. Every situation can be different. The sooner you file, the better. The court system can be backed up with other cases, so it can make a difference depending on whether the other side files a response or how they respond. 

 

South Florida Document Assist can help the self-represented fill out the appropriate Florida eviction and unlawful detainer forms to process and file with the court. 

Suppose you hire South Florida Document Assist to help prepare your Florida eviction or unlawful detainer documents. In that case, we will offer you a low-cost, flat fee in addition to filing the documents in Court.

How We Stand Out From the Rest

South Florida Document Assist is backed with over 25 years of experience. We provided document assistance to both landlords and tenants throughout Florida.

Our customers have impeccable things to say about us, and we go above and beyond for our clients. We offer personalized, fast, and affordable nonlawyer services and will assist you in preparing your landlord-tenant documents.

LOW-COST AFFORDABLE RATES FOR FLORIDA EVICTION DOCUMENTS

Our rates are competitive and generally on a low-cost flat-fee basis for individuals representing themselves, whether the landlord or the tenant.