- The Rent Demand is ready for client signature within twenty-four hours of receipt of all information needed to start the case.
- Service of the Rent Demand is completed within four days of receipt of the signed notice.
- The Notice of Petition and Petition is drafted and sent to client for verification within twenty-four hours of expiration of the Rent Demand.
- Service of the Notice of Petition and Petition is completed within four days of receipt of the signed verification.
- Client is ready for trial by the first court appearance.
“We are finally at the point in time when I can say thank you so much for your phenomenal work. Your faith in this case was wise and the outcome matches.”
“Hard work and risk pays off for closing”
“ROCKSTAR. That’s what you are…Jackie…How can I thank you enough for all the work you have done…”
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