A Alabama landlord or property manager cannot begin an eviction lawsuit without first legally notifying the tenant of the basis for the eviction.
This usually means giving the tenant written notice, as required by the lease or the Alabama State Eviction Statute.
Please Download any of the Free - Alabama Tenant Eviction Notices and Landlord Forms that are located at the bottom of this web page.
They also offer a link to a Free - Alabama Tenant Eviction Process Explanation.
If you have any questions about how and when to use these Tenant Evictions Notices & Landlord Forms please contact your local Mobile Kick'em Out Quick® Member Eviction Attorney for a Free Initial Consultation.
They are Affordable & Professional and they will evict your non-paying or nuisance tenant(s) just as quickly as the law allows.*
Call Eviction Attorney John R. Parker today to discuss your case (251) 621-2216.
And don't forget after your eviction is complete submit your Tenant Collection or Judgment (including Attorney fees) online in the Collection Section of this web site.†
Disclaimer: “No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers."
|ALABAMA - Tenants Notice to Pay|
|ALABAMA - Statement of Claim for Eviction & Unlawful Detainer|
|ALABAMA - New Client Information Sheet & Tenant Information Sheet|