The state has issues with the transport of wildlife like raccoons which makes it problematic to “take it away” in a non-lethal manner (you need permits). Trapping and then preventing re-entry is preferable.
I agree with Hammerhead. Everything has babies right now, and the raccoons will leave once the young are out foraging with the adults. Close up the access point once that happens, and the problem is solved – no money or (or lives) needlessly wasted. Far as I know, it is illegal to “rehome” raccoons. They are destroyed.
We also have a nest of raccoons in our shed. There are humane removal companies, but they are so booked up that it’ll be weeks before they can even come to see you. I advise patience and then fix any holes that gave them access. It’s a pain, I know. Good luck!