Evictions | Denver Eviction Attorneys


As eviction attorneys, our firm’s goal for evictions is to provide our clients with fast, professional and results-oriented service – all at the lowest possible price. Through experience, organization and computerization, we have developed an eviction process that enables us to meet this goal.



We offer competitive flat-fee evictions in Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Morgan and Weld Counties. We also offer eviction services for Section 8, HUD evictions, commercial properties, and owner-occupied manufactured homes. The flat rate fee includes all of the following items, as needed for each case: Document Preparation and attorney review; Process Service Fee for the Summons and Complaint; Court Filing Fee; and appearance of the attorney in Court for the return date. There are additional charges for service of the Writ of Restitution, dropping the Writ off with the sheriff, the sheriff’s fee, and hourly charges for eviction attorney or staff time in instances where additional work is required beyond the standard return date court appearance (including trial and hearing time). Please consult your contract for additional information on fees.



When you fax or email (or hand-deliver) an expired Demand Notice to our office, we will contact you promptly to verify receipt, confirm information, and inform you of the court return date. In almost all cases, your court date will be the following week. Please call us for exact filing deadlines. As we immediately begin preparation of the eviction case, our flat rate charge is incurred at the time you fax or email us the demand notice for the eviction case. We will prepare and serve a Summons and Complaint on the tenants and an attorney will appear on your behalf the following week for the return date. At the initial court appearance, we will take a default possession judgment, negotiate a settlement with the tenants, or if an Answer is filed, set the matter for a trial the following week. If the matter proceeds to trial, you will need to provide us with a witness at trial along with a copy of your lease, rent ledger and other relevant documents. At the trial, one of our attorneys will appear, attempt to negotiate a settlement, and, if unable to do so, conduct the trial.


Please call our office should you have any questions regarding eviction procedures or related topics.