To be a successful landlord, you must use lease agreements that protect your interests and enable you to seek judicial remedies should your tenants breach the agreement. In most cases, the form leases that are available on the Internet do not address the individual circumstances of the landlord's property. Failure to have specific language in your lease agreement may bar your from certain recoveries, including attorney’s fees.
It is important to address these issues before there is a problem with a tenant. The language of the agreement that you have made binds you and may affect your ability to have a successful outcome in your eviction proceeding.
It is also important to be able to count on an attorney who understands the law, the courts and the procedure of an eviction. Our attorneys handle both commercial and residential rental and lease agreements and disputes. We provide cost-efficient, expert representation in all aspects of the landlord tenant relationship.