Media Eviction Lawyer Discusses Using a Processor
As an experienced Media Eviction Lawyer I am often asked if a landlord should use a processor to evict a tenant. I’ve had several landlords approach me in the midst of an eviction and they were formerly using an eviction processor who is a third party who is not an attorney. I would typically not recommend using a processor because he or she may not be able to represent you in court because they are not an attorney. If it’s a complex case, then you’re going to need an attorney to be able to argue for you and advocate. In Pennsylvania, if there’s an appeal to the Court of Common Pleas, then you’re certainly going to want an attorney there because the stakes become higher and it’s a more formal process. The attorney can provide services to you that the processor cannot.
Do you have questions about using a processor to evict a tenant? If so, contact the experienced Media Eviction Lawyer Paul Fellman.
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