We do not charge you for the full eviction like most law firms do. We only charge for the steps that are required. So if a Tenant pays or vacates the property before the Writ (Step #3), then you only pay for Steps 1 & 2.
Each service we provide is independent of each other. We do not “automatically” proceed with the next step in the process unless we are instructed to do so by you ordering the service online or calling the office.
Residential & Commercial Eviction
|$170||Zone 1 (*)||Prince George’s
|$250||Zone 2 (**)||Montgomery County
|$350||Zone 3 (***)||St. Mary’s, Calvert, Cecil,
Step 1: Failure to Pay (Rent Notice) – $170 , $250 or $350 (varies per county).
The items included in this initial step are:
● Filing the Failure to Pay (form DC/CV 82) with the Maryland District Court
● Sending a letter to your tenant demanding payment
● One court appearance on your behalf
● For rental balances going back over 6/months there may be a surcharge of $100.00
Step 2: File Warrant Of Restitution/ (Eviction Notice) – $190.00.
Once the judge has ruled for a judgment in your favor, the next step is filing a Warrant of Restitution.
Step 3: Tenant Eviction Notification-Mailing & Posting (Baltimore City Only) – $149.00
Baltimore City Residents require special notifications. -more-
Step 4: Eviction – See our Eviction Fee schedule – based on number of bedrooms
Other: For our Holdover cases fees and steps click here.
Our fee includes filing the paperwork and 1 court appearance per case.
We keep you informed throughout the entire Rent Court/Eviction process via email.
Please feel free to contact us with any comments or suggestions. We love feedback!
We are not attorneys and do not offer legal advice.
If the eviction becomes contested (Repairs, Lease Disputes) we may need to forward you to an Attorney ($250-$1,000) –
Attorney/Contested cases. 95% of our cases are non-contested cases.
Contact us for pricing and quote information
Phone: (301) 485-6335
Fax: (240) 266-1108
For Physical Eviction Pricing – click here
Trust us and the process, and let us do the work for you. It’s our job! Most evictions takes about 22 to 45 days to complete,
but it varies depending on the situation & county. As we work within the parameters of the Maryland Legal System,
we cannot guarantee time frames, however when there is action for us to take we do so immediately to expedite the
processing of your case. Check our our FAQ page for questions and answers to many of your questions!
Let us know what questions you have and we look forward to working with you soon to help you resolve your problem