Process Serving for Businesses and Individuals Throughout Michigan


Evictions

The balance between compassion and protecting the landowners interest is imperative when it comes to deciding who performs your evictions. Having a deputy who can professionally handle the health-hazardous, elderly, disabled, young families, pets, is what we specialize in. We pride our ability in handling each case humanely and competently. We provide the same outstanding service for anything from a one-time single unit eviction all the way to large commercial-sized evictions.

What Is An Eviction?

Eviction is the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. In some jurisdictions it may also involve the removal of persons from premises that were foreclosed by a mortgagee. With our team of movers we clear units out in a matter of hours instead of the typical days-long process. Once all belongings have been removed from the unit the deputy exchanges the unit’s door lock and keys. After the  landlord and deputy perform the final walkthrough, the unit is turned over to the landowner.

How Do They Work?

Once a judgement results from  the hearing there is a set amount of days the renter has before they must permanently vacate the unit. As long as they stay past this date the eviction process can continue when a writ of eviction is filed and approved by the judge or magistrate.  Next, the Great Lakes Civil Service Deputy receives the signed writ and schedules the eviction. The deputy or their assistant will be the ones typically reaching out to the landlords. GLCS priority is to move fast in this area as we aim to protect your assets.  24 hours prior to the eviction a GLCS Deputy will post a final notice stating they are required to leave or will be forcibly removed.  The eviction is held and the unit will be cleaned out promptly.  At GLCS, time is of the essence as we work quickly and efficiently to get evictions performed with the speed and integrity you deserve.

  1. Landlord or Plaintiff must post notice to quit at address.
  2. They then must file the summons, complaint, and demand for possession with the court.
  3. Either the court or the plaintiff delivers documents to GLCS by arrangement.
  4. GLCS Process Servers serve the Landlord-Tenant papers.
  5. The court hearing is held and a judgement is given.
  6. As long as the defendants have stayed past the judgement date the process may continue.
  7. Writ of eviction is filed with the court. They are then signed by the judge quickly.
  8. GLCS Deputy receives signed writ and schedules for the eviction.
  9. 24 Hours prior to the eviction the Deputy will post a 24-hour last minute eviction notice as a discretionary.
  10. The eviction is held and the Deputy and their team clears out the unit.

Statement Of Integrity

Having integrity means that you live in accordance to your deepest values, you’re honest with everyone, and you always keep your word. Integrity is a highly valued trait, especially in leaders. Here at Great Lakes Civil Services we are leaders and we make every effort to maintain this leadership of integrity with both our clients and defendants.  We are an industry leader and take pride in maintaining our values so that everyone receives the best service possible.

Taking The Extra Step

What happens to an evictee, their belongings, and pets can often be demoralizing.  We at GLCS understand this hardship. This is why we take the extra steps to help ensure people can get back on their feet by providing external resources to turn to. We aim to maintain our deepest values for the person being evicted as well as getting the task completed in a quick and efficient manner. Here are a few of the organizations we direct those in need once the eviction has taken place.

Taking The Extra Step

What happens to an evictee, their belongings, and pets can often be demoralizing.  We at GLCS understand this hardship. This is why we take the extra steps to help ensure people can get back on their feet by providing external resources to turn to. We aim to maintain our deepest values for the person being evicted as well as getting the task completed in a quick and efficient manner. Here are a few of the organizations we direct those in need once the eviction has taken place.

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