Total Eviction Services for

South Carolina

Our Process

Our eviction team helps you in 4 key areas:

1Getting Started

2Filing Complaints

3Working with Courts

4Finalizing Evictions

Getting Started

If you haven’t already done so, fill out our registration form to sign up for an account with us.

Our client team will email you with any questions, or simply send you our representation agreement.

Watch for our email with your login credentials, then just sign in to submit & manage eviction cases.

Account Login

How Does Filing an Eviction Case work?

All eviction requests are submitted to us through our online portal, by our clients.  Next, the request and supporting documents are each reviewed and approved by one of our experienced attorneys, and then, they’re processed and sent to the courthouse for filing (overnight or electronically) by our processing team.   

Our Firm pays all required filing fees directly to the Courts for you, and gives you up to 30 days to pay our associated invoices.  

Once you’ve completed the registration process, you will be able to log in to your account through our online portal and begin submitting and managing your eviction cases. We encourage you to manage all of your cases and make requests/ask questions of us through the Contact Us portion of our website.  You’ll also want to make sure you keep an eye on your email: all case-related updates, reminders, and Invoices will come to you via email.  When you do have questions, simply login and you’ll find that much of the information you need is already posted there. But if you have eviction-related legal questions, our Team of attorneys is always available to answer those questions with no additional charges – they’re a built-in part of our service to our clients.  

Filing Complaints

Once you’ve submitted your case(s), it’s our turn to get to work for you:

First, our attorneys review your requests and the supporting documents. Once they’re approved, our processing team prepares the documents to start your cases with the Court.
If there’s anything we’re missing or that needs explanation, we’ll contact you for clarification.

Next, we send your Complaints / Dispossessory Warrants to the Court for filing, either overnight or electronically.
We pay all required filing and service fees to the Courts, as well, then invoice you with up to 30 days to pay.

Lastly, once the Court provides us the case number & any hearing date, we assign them to each of your cases.
By simply logging in to your account, you will have access to this updated information every step of the process.

Your SC Legal Team

Meet Candice

Candice Powell

Eviction Services Manager - SC


Meet Katie

Katie Spillers

Eviction Services Manager - Upstate


Important Note

If contacted by the clerk of court or magistrate at any time, you MUST remind them that you are represented by an attorney.


The only exception for contacting the court is when scheduling the lockout with the sheriff after the
Writ of possession is filed and
properly served.

1 Remind them to call our office
2 Let us know that they contacted you so we can follow up

Working with Courts

In South Carolina, the tenant will be asked to respond to the court.

In-Person Notice

Tenant has 10 days to respond.

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 days or weeks. 

Mailed Notice

Tenant has 21 days to respond.

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. 

Possible Hearing

If the tenant responds.

When the tenant Answers or responds to the case, the Court will set a hearing date. Our Team will notify you and also send you a reminder that someone from your property will need to attend this hearing with our Attorneys.

We help you with your trial hearing

Our legal team has your back and will help you at every step.

We take care of all upfront fees and invoice you with 30 days to pay. However, if you want to request the Writ immediately at the courthouse, please bring cash.

Finalizing Evictions

There are 2 possible outcomes:

After You Win Possession:

Click the “writ” button in your eviction processing portal.  We’ll even send you daily reminders so you don’t forget this important last step. Be sure to read these crucial instructions.

If the tenant moves ouT or pays:

Click the “vacated” or “dismiss” button in your eviction processing portal. If you do this before court, we’ll submit a dismissal request on the day of court. If you do this after court, you are simply closing the loop in the software, but not the courts.

Vacated vs Dismissed

Check out this brief video explaining what it means when you see the word Vacated.


We do not automatically file writs on your behalf. You MUST request a writ through our online processing portal. This prevents unnecessary fees.

DO NOT DELAY in SC when requesting a writ through our system
or you could lose all progress.


There is a time limit in South Carolina, and you’ll have to start the eviction process all over again if you wait. Contact a team member in your
county for questions.

Request the writ through our online system

We overnight your request to the court so it can be processed as soon as possible. We take care of all the upfront fees and invoice you with 30 days to pay.

Follow any instructions from the court

Some South Carolina countries require you to come by the courthouse and sign an affidavit.

Wait 48 hours after requesting the writ to schedule the lockout.

You will need to call the clerk or constable directly with the contact info below. This wait period allows just enough time to process paperwork.


We get your request to the court in 24 hours. After another 24 hours, the court will have processed the paperwork and will be ready to
take action.