Landlord / Tenant Law
Landlord and Tenant relationships are full of legal complexities. We are committed to representing our clients with their legal needs, including preparing and evaluating contracts and leases, representing your interests in actions for eviction, and enforcing covenants.
If you are having an issue with your tenant and are unsure of how to move forward, we will discuss your options with you and help you understand the course of action that best suits your needs. Most often issues arise when tenants are not paying their rent. Though this often happens when a tenant experiences hardship, you are still entitled to the rent that is owed you. We can immediately help you get started with the eviction process to help you get non-paying tenants out quickly.
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If you are a tenant who is trying to enforce the covenants of your lease or if you have any other dispute with your landlord, we can help you understand your rights and the best course of action for you. If you are threatened with eviction, we can help you enforce your rights and ensure you landlord complies the proper requirements. If your landlord is not maintaining the property properly, providing you with a safe and habitable home, or ensuring you have quiet enjoyment of the property, we can help with the process necessary to correct these situations.
We are committed to providing you with affordable and effective means of resolving and understanding your legal rights.
Please contact us if you need assistance with any of the following issues:
- Breach of Lease Covenants
- Excessive Noise
- Disruptive Behavior
- Unpaid Rent
- Property Damage
- Abandoned Property
- Security Deposits
* Nothing contained in this page is intended to be legal advice.
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