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Johndroe Law, PLLC focuses on representing small landlords and tenants in landlord/tenant matters and individuals, families, and small businesses in other consumer and collections matters in Fort Worth, Texas and surrounding areas. Matters in other parts of Texas may also be handled depending on the circumstances. 

Examples of the types of matters handled include:


  • Evictions

  • Eviction defense

  • Eviction appeals

  • Notices to vacate

  • Demands for repairs

  • Lawsuits dealing with repairs, lockouts, security deposits, security devices, and smoke detectors

  • Writs of re-entry and for restoration of utilities 

  • Housing retaliation and discrimination matters

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

  • Leases

  • Breach of contract lawsuits

  • Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) cases

  • Debt collection for small businesses

  • Debt collection defense

  • Collection of delinquent rent

  • Simple wills

  • LLC formation

Unfortunately, Johndroe Law is not able to represent, or offer consultations to, tenants facing an eviction for alleged criminal activity against a neighbor or other tenant. Thank you for your understanding. (Johndroe Law is more than happy to serve landlords wanting to evict tenants for this or other conduct, or tenants facing eviction over other allegations.) 


Johndroe Law understands how important it is to keep rates reasonable and simple to understand, so flat fees are offered whenever possible. Fees are currently being revised. Check back soon for an updated fee schedule. 

Johndroe Law operates a largely "paperless" operation, and payment is generally by credit or debit card or electronic check. PayPal may be used to pay for initial consultations and notices to vacate. Other than for notices to vacate and consultations, payment plans are available.



Consultation scheduling for potential new c​lients and appointment scheduling for existing clients is available online by clicking here.

Consultations​ are available, depending on scheduling, by phone, Zoom videoconference, or in person. All consultations are paid; Johndroe Law is not able to offer free consultations. Johndroe Law does not offer walk-in appointments or other walk-in services (including dropping off documents or payments) - Johndroe Law has a largely "paperless" operation and the office is strictly available by advance appointment only. 



Notices to vacate are available for purchase for $125. If you are a landlord who needs a notice to vacate, you may enter details and pay online here. The attorney will give you a quick call as soon as possible to finalize your notice to vacate. You may also call or email about your notice to vacate. 

You are also welcome to schedule a consultation if you need more time to discuss your situation. The consultation fee will be credited towards your notice to vacate fee.


Johndroe Law, PLLC's principal office is located in Fort Worth, Texas. Whether to accept any case is always within the sole discretion of Attorney Sam Johndroe.

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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