Florida Landlord and Tenant Lawyer

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Florida eviction lawyer Christophe Fiori represents landlords in residential and commercial eviction actions to recover their property from non-compliant or non-paying tenants in a simple, affordable, cost effective and professional manner​​.

Find a Free Notice to Tenant

There are many different types of notices, each with a specific requirements described in Florida Eviction Law.  Choosing the correct notice and completing the notice correctly is very important.

Call (888) 384-2872 to speak with an experience landlord/tenant attorney for a free consultation

Already Posted a Notice?

If the landlord has served a notice on the property, and the tenant fails to perform as required by the notice, then the landlord may file a case in court.

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Attorney Employment Agreement

If you plan to retain us to represent you in a landlord tenant matter, please review our Employment Agreement and if in agreement, please sign and return the signed agreement to our office.  You can upload the signed Attorney Employment Agreement during the Tenant Eviction Questionnaire to start an eviction.