Helping Landlords Protect Their Property
The law tends to favor the tenant in landlord-tenant disputes, especially in cases involving residential renters. Even when tenants are in clear violation of the terms of their lease, a landlord cannot evict them without first going to the court and completing the appropriate documents. Laws concerning other types of disputes also tend to be tilted in the tenant’s favor.
As a rental property owner, it’s important that you have a full understanding of your rights and obligations as a landlord.
Representing Landlords In A Variety Of Landlord-Tenant Disputes
We provide legal representation to both residential and commercial property owners. Whether you own a single-family dwelling or a retail center, we have the knowledge and experience to guide you through tenant disputes. Common landlord-tenant disputes we assist clients with include:
- Notice of evictions and 30-day/10-day notices
- Nonpayment of rent actions and proceedings
- Repair and maintenance disputes
- Notice to cure or quit
- Unconditional quit notice
Taking matters into your own hands without consulting a lawyer can result in accusations of discrimination and retaliation. If you have a problem tenant, we offer practical advice at a reasonable rate. No matter what kind of tenant issue you’re dealing with, we can help make sure you are compliant with all legal requirements.
Great Service At A Reasonable Rate
Golden Law, PC, has a reputation for giving clients the best possible service at an affordable rate. Our goal is to help settle your dispute through negotiation; when necessary, we can take your dispute to the courtroom. We will make sure you understand your rights and legal requirements every step of the way so you can make decisions that are in your best interests.