Montgomery County Eviction

Looking to evict a tenant in Montgomery County, TX?

Our team of eviction experts can help you with the following services:

  • Send A Montgomery County Eviction Notice We send Texas Property Code compliant eviction notices in Montgomery County within 24 Hours.
  • Evict Your Tenant In Montgomery County We offer turnkey eviction service in Montgomery County. Our eviction experts file an eviction suit in court and act on your behalf at the eviction hearing.
  • Execute A Writ of Possession in Montgomery County We work with Montgomery County’s Constable's office to help you regain control of your property.
  • File An Eviction Appeal in Montgomery County If your tenant files for an eviction appeal in Montgomery County after an eviction case, our eviction experts will help you win the case fast and without the hassle.

Areas We Serve In Montgomery County, TX

Texas Eviction helps landlords and property managers evict problem tenants in the following cities in Montgomery County, TX:

Conroe Cut and Shoot Magnolia
Montgomery Oak Ridge North Panorama Village
Patton Village Shenandoah Splendora
The Woodlands Willis Woodbranch

Montgomery County Eviction Court Costs

Filing Type Court Cost
Eviction (1 tenant) $116
Additional Tenants $75 each
Writ of Possession $160
Abstract of Judgment $16

Learn more about evictions in Montgomery County at the Montgomery County Justice of the Peace website.

About Montgomery County

With Conroe as its county seat, Montgomery County is home to the Sam Houston National Forest. In a mere span of 10 years between 2000 and 2010, Montgomery County’s population grew by a whopping 55%. The county is a part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land Metropolitan Statistical Area and is the 24th-fastest growing county in the United States, making it a hotspot for landlords and commercial property groups.

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Ready to start the eviction process for your property in Montgomery County? Our experienced team is ready to help you reclaim your property

I used to have to go to the courthouse at least twice a month. Now I just submit my files online and Texas Eviction takes care of the rest.

-Mary M., The Woodlands Property Manager

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