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Johndroe Law, PLLC focuses on landlord/tenant, other real estate, and other contract and collections matters. Johndroe Law is based in Fort Worth but matters in other parts of Texas may also be handled in some circumstances. 

Examples of the types of matters that Johndroe Law is available to handle include: 


  • Evictions

  • Eviction defense 

  • Eviction appeals

  • Other landlord/tenant matters such as cases involving repairs, lockouts, and security deposits 

  • Lawsuits involving executory contracts for deed (or "rent-to-own" contracts)

  • Title disputes

  • Other contract/debt disputes

  • Foreclosures 

Johndroe Law does not generally handle "small claims" cases.


Consultations are offered by telephone, by Zoom videoconference, or in person for $300. Please click here to schedule and pay for your consultation. 

If you decide to hire Johndroe Law after your consultation, your consultation fee will be credited towards fees for representation. 


If you are a landlord, you may purchase a notice to vacate without scheduling a consultation. Please call 817-752-4111 or email about purchasing your notice to vacate.


Clients may make retainer payments online by clicking here. All invoices include a link that may be used to make payments for earned fees. 


Johndroe Law, PLLC's principal office is located in Fort Worth, Texas. 

Johndroe Law does not guarantee acceptance of any case or client, and reserves the right to decline any representation. A conflict check will be conducted prior to accepting any client or providing any consultation. Johndroe Law cannot, under any circumstances, accept representation or provide a consultation if a conflict would result. Johndroe Law does not offer free consultations or free legal advice. 

Sam Johndroe is responsible for the content of this website. While he is licensed to practice in all state and local courts of Texas, and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, he is not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

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