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OUR STREAMLINED PROCESS

 

McDonald Jackson & Associates, LLC is a reputable company specializing in providing eviction services. With years of experience and a dedicated team, we have established ourselves as a trusted partner for landlords, property managers, and real estate professionals in handling the complex and sensitive process of eviction.

We understand the challenges and legal intricacies involved in evicting tenants. Our comprehensive range of eviction services includes:

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NOTICE PREPARATION

Accurate and timely preparation of eviction notices, adhering to legal requirements.

Thorough background checks to ensure reliable and responsible tenants.

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DISPOSSESSORY FILING

Georgia landlords must file a dispossessory affidavit or warrant in the appropriate court. 

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When someone files a lawsuit, the other parties don’t receive notice of the lawsuit automatically. A process server must serve them with the complaint papers so the lawsuit process can truly begin.

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HEARING & JUDGEMENT

Georgia law doesn’t specify how soon an eviction hearing must be held after an affidavit is filed with the court or after a tenant’s response is received by the court. It will depend on how busy the trial court’s hearing schedule is.

If the tenant does not appear for the hearing, or does not respond to the complaint, the court will issue a default judgment in favor of the landlord and the tenant will be required to move out.

If the judicial officer rules in favor of the landlord at the eviction hearing, a writ of possession will be issued, and the eviction will proceed.

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WRIT OF POSSESSION

The writ of possession is the tenant’s final notice to leave the rental unit and allows them the opportunity to remove their belongings before the sheriff returns to the property to forcibly remove them.

If the court has ruled in the landlord’s favor, the landlord will ask the court to issue a writ of possession. The writ will be issued 7 days after the judgment in favor of the landlord. 

If the tenant remains in the rental unit after the writ is issued, possession of the rental unit will be forcibly returned to the landlord.

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