The lawyers at ASG have many years of experience in handling all types if landlord tenant matters including the following:
- Commercial and Residential Evictions
- Drafting Commercial and Residential Leases
- Collection of Past Due Rents
- Enforcement of Landlord Liens and Other Rights
- Return of Deposits
- Tenant Rights
Of all the problems that can lead to consulting an attorney, none is so frequently contentious as that between landlord and tenant. Whichever side of the argument you find yourself on, know there is help for you. That help comes in the form of tenant rights attorneys or evictions lawyers who have the expertise to resolve these issues.
Being a landlord is never an easy job. Being a tenant also brings its own set of worries. Either way, each situation can lead to difficult circumstances that must be resolved. Our tenant rights lawyers at ASG Legal will help you to resolve any issues by offering you sound legal advice and practical solutions that will work for everyone.
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Are you a Landlord Dealing with a Difficult Tenant?
If you are a landlord who is having difficulty with tenants, now is the time to contact us at ASG Legal. Our evictions attorneys can help you resolve any number of disputes you have been dealing with including:
- Tenants Failure to Pay Rent
- Tenant Negligence
- Failure to Keep the Building Clean
- Failure to Comply with All Insurance Terms
- Misuse or Abandonment of the Property
- Default on Payments
- General Lease Disputes
As a landlord, you are entitled to collect rents on your properties. Usually, this is the biggest issue facing landlords. When a tenant fails to pay, you must turn to other measures that may result in having that tenant evicted. For times such as these, you need an evictions attorney.
If you, as the landlord, feel that your property is being put in immediate danger in some way, you can enter a rental unit without notice. However, if you are entering to make routine repairs to the property, is it necessary to give reasonable notice to your tenant. In this case, you should give notice 12 hours before you wish to enter the unit.
Tenant Rights Attorney
Tenants also have rights. Sometimes, your landlord does not even know what they are doing wrong. If you have been notified of a pending eviction, give us a call now and our tenant rights attorneys will advise you of your rights. We will handle all negotiations and any counter actions to help you delay or even to avoid eviction.
What happens if your rent goes unpaid? This is usually the one thing which causes the most landlord-tenant disputes. In this case, your landlord will serve you with a written notice that you are late on your rent, and you are then given three days, excluding holidays and weekends, to pay your rent or leave the premises. If after those three days payment has not been received, and the renter has not moved out, the landlord can initiate the legal process to have that tenant evicted.
For any tenant who has been a continual problem for the landlord, that landlord can give them an unconditional quit notice. This gives the tenant seven days to move out, and then the landlord will begin the eviction process.
If repairs need to be, but have not been made, tenants do have a right to withhold rent. However, conditions do apply. This is why it is so important to contact a tenant rights lawyer or an eviction attorney who has hands-on experience.
At ASG Legal, we speak with landlords and tenants every day. We advise them as to the best path to a fair settlement for both sides. Whether you need assistance in the drafting of leases or eviction notices, or you need help knowing what your tenant rights are, contact us today. Our decades of experience will see you through this difficult situation.