Asked in Real Estate Law and Landlord - Tenant for Missouri

Q: My daughter has a mobile home on my land in Missouri. How do i evict her and her trailer.

My daughter and her husband have a trailer next to my house. There are constant drugs and people running in and out. The police are always showing up because of various reasons. They have stolen things from us, disturbed the peace, and even gotten physical. They have a 1 year old and 3 year old in the trailer with them. We have told them to leave but because the trailer belongs to them and its not the easiest thing to move what do i do?! This once was a peaceful place...the constant drugs and noise have marked it a "redzone" to the police. I want them and their trailer gone. I'm in the process of trying to sell my property and they are going to drag this out and put up a fight. I need go get the ball rolling on an eviction or something

1 Lawyer Answer
Jennifer Sheila Kornblum
Jennifer Sheila Kornblum
  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Springfield, MO
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: There are statutes that regulate eviction of mobile homes that you will need to follow. You really need to consult an attorney to make sure you follow the law so you can get them and their trailer out legally and permanently.

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