We at Fast Eviction Service have gained the trust of over a thousand property owners by being up-front with all prices and fees. Our competitive pricing along with our proven quality of service makes us your best option for all your eviction and collection needs.

If you have any questions regarding our pricing, please give us a call at (800) 686-8686 and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

Prepare Notice and Serve $65.00
($85.00 Commercial)
File and Serve Summons & Complaint
(Riverside County) *Over 10k call for price*
Commercial Eviction
*Over 20k call for price*
Collection Fee 40%
Trial Appearance fee (Depending on County): $295.00+
Sub In Trial $575.00
Sub In for Default $350.00
Stipulation $175.00
Declaration of Non-Compliance for Stipulation
or Stipulation to Hold Marshal
Posting Order $60.00
Meet Marshall $150.00+
Security Disposition Letter $30.00
Re-Post Property for Marshall Lockout (10-15 days) $250.00
Bankruptcy Relief (30 -35 days) $800.00
Small Claims Filing and Service $175.00
Additional Addresses to Serve $50.00+


Fee 2015 Fee Service
$70.00 $80.00 Bank Levy with Spousal Affidavit per Gov’t Code 26721
$85.00 $100.00 Demand Levy
$12.00 $12.00 Disbursement fee (per Gov’t Code §26746)
$30.00 $35.00 Earning Withholding Orders (Wage Garnishment)
$125.00 $145.00 Eviction (Writ of Possession - Real Property)
$225.00 $240.00 Keeper - 8 hours
$365.00 $380.00 Keeper - 12 hours
** ** Keeper - 48 hours
** ** Keeper - 10 days
$35/day $40/day Keeper Continuation Fee (after first day)
$35.00 $40.00 Levy (Bank, funds, escrow, etc.)
$85.00 $100.00 Personal Property Levy
$300.00 * $300.00 * Real Property Levy - Writ of Attachment
$1,500.00 * $1,500.00 * Real Property Levy - Writ of Execution/Writ of Sale
$1,500.00 * $1,500.00 * Vehicle Levy
** ** Writ of Possession - Claim and Delivery
* Amount listed is deposit amount. Additional fees may be required.
** Contact the appropriate Civil Office for fee information

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