Difficult financial times are hitting everywhere. At one time the South Florida real estate market provided opportunities for income producing rental properties. But once the tenant stops paying, what do you do? If you own a property, whether it’s a house or a condominium, and your tenant stopped paying the rent, you must carefully follow Florida law to be sure that your eviction proceeding is handled the right way. Tenants frequently hire attorneys to defend eviction actions, seeking any type of minor error to invalidate your proceeding and keep the tenant living in your property rent free. Don’t let that happen. Call our office to assist you with the first notification all the way through the case to ensure that you get your property back as quickly as possible.