Making Sense of Squatter Removal
and Eviction from Estate Property
Making Sense of Squatter Removal and Eviction from Estate Property
So, probate proceedings are over and you take a drive over to the real property you just inherited but discover someone is already living on the estate…what do you do?
Finding people dwelling on estate property is more common than you think. Former renters, relatives of the deceased and even trespasser strangers often refuse to leave land they feel they have a right to possess.
Fiduciaries, heirs and beneficiaries must be exceptionally prudent when evicting squatters and holdover tenants from real property to avoid defending expensive adverse possession claims or “self-help” eviction counterclaims in court.
The probate litigators at the Smith Law Firm hold years of practice in ousting squatters and previous tenants from estate land. We follow standard eviction procedures to make sure trespassers vacate your property lawfully and hold no standing to sue you after they leave.
Experienced Squatter Removal and Eviction in Iowa
The Smith Law Firm can help you remove and evict squatters from your estate. Seek our advice if you discover someone is wrongfully claiming possession of your land of if a former renter refuses to leave your property after you’ve asked them to leave.
We are the go-to probate litigators in Iowa for working out squatter evictions.
And don’t forget. “It’s our mission to save you money by resolving your ejectment claim out of court or in mediation.”
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