JOLIET LANDLORD EVICTION ATTORNEYS
Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm concentrate in the areas of Will County Landlord Evictions law. Sean Robertson is an experienced real estate attorney and eviction attorney serving landlords in the Joliet, Plainfield, Shorewood, and Will County area. Unlike a lot of eviction attorneys, Sean Robertson understands the Joliet and Will County eviction court process well.
HOW DOES THE WILL COUNTY LANDLORD EVICTION PROCESS WORK IN THE JOLIET, PLAINFIELD, LOCKPORT, AND SHOREWOOD AREAS?
Sean Robertson handles most landlord evictions without initially meeting the local or out of state landlords. We communicate via telephone, email, and the internet to create a smooth eviction process for Will County Landlords. We have offices in Naperville and Shorewood, and we have the ability to meet landlords if possible, at the Joliet, Will County Courthouse.
3 STEP PROCESS FOR WILL COUNTY EVICTIONS
Will County Evictions have a three (3) step process in Joliet. The first step is drafting the appropriate eviction notice. Generally, there are three (3) major types of landlord eviction notices such as a 5-day, 30 day, and 10-day eviction notice. With Sean Robertson and Gateville Law Firm, Will County landlords get an experienced Joliet and Will County real estate and eviction attorney.
The second step in the Joliet and Will County eviction process is drafting the eviction complaint. The eviction complaint details that the tenant and unknown occupants have withheld possession of the residence and the landlord wants appropriate damages awarded to them (if appropriate). The third part of the process is serving the tenants and unknown occupants with the eviction summons. A summons is a legal notice informing them about the eviction process in Joliet and Will County, Illinois.
EXPERIENCED AND SKILLED JOLIET LANDLORD EVICTION LAWYERS
In conclusion, Sean Robertson is an experienced Will County Landlord Eviction attorney serving the landlords in the Joliet, Crest Hill, Frankfort, Homer Glen, Shorewood, Plainfield, and Lockport areas in Will County. The landlord tenant eviction process occurs at the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit in downtown Joliet, Illinois. Sean Robertson understands the local attorneys and Judges and is an advocate for Will County landlords.
SPEAK WITH A JOLIET LANDLORD ATTORNEY TODAY AT 630-780-1034
If you are facing a landlord eviction in Will County such as Crete, Frankfort, Homer Glen, Joliet, Shorewood, Plainfield, and Lockport among other areas, call Sean Robertson today at 630-780-1034 We offer a free telephone consultation to discuss your specific eviction circumstances. We are also available via email at Sean@GatevilleLawFirm.com.