It Starts With You
Since January of 2014 when Chris Loebsack and Will Brownlee joined together to start a new firm called Loebsack & Brownlee, our firm’s focus is to assist professionally managed apartment communities and professionally managed multi-housing companies with a minimum of 100 rental units in NC/SC.
If you meet the minimum requirements, we would love to help you with your evictions. After you’ve reviewed the processes and prices below, click the registration button to the right. It will gather all the pertinent information we need to get the process started.
For those of you who are already a client of our firm, please click the Eviction Processing Login button at the bottom right of this page, and it will direct you to the Login screen.
You will receive an email to get started.
Submit your case for us to review and file
Once you’ve completed the registration process, you will be able to log into our eviction software partner’s website and begin submitting and managing your evictions online. We encourage you to manage all of your cases and requests through our website. That is one way that we can keep our costs so low and work so quickly. You’ll want to make sure you keep an eye on your email for updates and reminders, and when you do have questions, simply login and you’ll find the information posted online. Our team of attorneys is always available to answer our clients’ legal questions.
Now the Eviction Team goes to work for you
What do they do?
Case Review & Documentation Preparation
As soon as you submit your eviction requests with the required supporting documentation, one of our Team of attorneys will review everything, and once approved, we will prepare the paperwork to submit to the court. We do our best to get this done within 2-3 business days. If we're missing anything, the system will send you an automated email letting you know what we need to proceed.
File Complaint & Eviction Fees with Court
After your documentation has been approved, the paperwork has been prepared, and checks have been issued, we send everything to the Clerk of Court in your County for filing. Don't worry about paying up front because we pay the court fees for you and simply invoice them back to you. Our invoices are due upon receipt, but we give you up to 30 days to pay.
Case Number Assigned
As soon as we receive the receipt from the clerk, we will post case numbers in Nationwide so you know that it's been successfully filed. Throughout the process, the system will send you automated updates regarding the progress.
Constable Attempts to Serve by Hand
Once the Complaint has been filed, the constable attempts to serve the tenant by hand. Depending on your county and local constable, this can take 1-2 weeks. If the tenant is successfully served by hand, he has 10 days to respond to the court. If he does not respond by 5pm on the 10th day (also known as the end of answer period), you automatically win possession and you may request the writ of possession. This end of answer period will show up in the system as a 5pm court date, but it's not an actual court date; it's just their deadline to respond to the court. You'll receive an automated email letting you know to log back into the website and click "Writ" to continue moving forward.
Constable Serves by Mail
If the constable cannot serve the tenant successfully by hand, he will serve them by mail and you must wait 21 days from the date of mailing. We will update our online system throughout the process so that you know whether the tenant has been served and when their end of answer period expires so that you may file the writ. This end of answer period will show up in the system as a 5pm court date, but it's not an actual court date; it's just their deadline to respond to the court. You'll receive an automated email letting you know to log back into the website and click "Writ" to continue moving forward.
Who is my team?
When the Eviction Team receives the request of WRIT of possession we go back to work
You Request the Writ and We Pay the Fees
After you are granted possession, you will need to come back to the website and request the Writ of Possession (sometimes referred to as second papers). In many counties, this must happen very quickly as the opportunity to file the writ expires in just a few days. You will receive a reminder the day after court that the writ is available. If you believe it is time to file the writ, and you are unable to do so in the website, please contact your eviction services team immediately so that they can check on it for you right away.
Constable Posts the Writ of Possession
After the writ of possession has been filed, the constable will post the writ of possession on the tenant's door giving them 24 hours to vacate.
You Contact the Constable to Schedule the Put Out
After the constable posts the writ, you will need to contact the court directly to schedule the put out.
Flat Rate Cost
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Filing & Service Fees:
Total Eviction Costs: **
Jury Trial: per case - first day; $500 per case each additional day
Bench Trial in Magistrate Court: per case
Total Writ Costs: **
First appearance at a bench trial in magistrate court is free. Additional appearances & jury trials will be billed per contract. *South Carolina standard service fees are one flat fee regardless of the number of defendants.
This is only an estimate and Attorney fees quoted are for professionally managed properties with approved documentation only. Clerk Filing Fees & Sheriff Process Fees for which you are reimbursing our firm are set by the State Legislature and may change with or without notice. A very small group of counties charge higher filing and service fees. Also, costs vary based on property type, lease type, and other variables. For a firm quote of all fees, please contact our firm.