Whether you are a landlord or tenant in a residential or commercial property, it is imperative to retain an experienced real estate lawyer to identify the legal strengths to pursue and weaknesses to avoid in your landlord/tenant disputes.
Landlords, property managers and owners of residential or commercial property can predict that they will encounter problem tenants and problem properties with statistical certainty. At the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A., we represent landlords in a variety of real estate disputes including, but not limited to, the following:
- Standard Tenant Evictions (Residential and Commercial)
- Community Association Evictions for Unpaid Assessments
- Ejectment or Unlawful Detainer of Unauthorized Persons (Squatters Trespassers)
- Foreclosed Properties (Removing Former Owner or Tenant)
- Lease Preparation and Review
- Security Deposits
- Property Damage
- Abandonment or Early Termination
The process of removing a tenant/occupant or recovering damages for unpaid rent or property damage has many technicalities that unrepresented landlords/owners may find difficult to navigate. By choosing the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A., you will have a trusted, experienced landlord/tenant attorney guiding you through this difficult and complicated process.
Beware of low-cost eviction “helpers” being advertised as these are non-lawyers charging a small fee to give freely available, basic information and assist in filling out a few forms. Without seeking the advice of a licensed attorney, your landlord/tenant dispute could be exposed to unnecessary delay and/or dismissal in court, which could lead to you having to pay your tenant’s attorney’s fees and costs. It is critical to enlist the services of an experienced landlord-tenant attorney to protect your rights from beginning to end.
At the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A., we offer honest and candid advice to save clients time and money. Disputes may sometimes be resolved with a simple letter written by a knowledgeable attorney, and sometimes they require litigation. Our firm will develop a personalized approach to your situation to determine whether other less expensive means of dispute resolution are available. If litigation is necessary, the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A. will ensure that your landlord rights are zealously advocated.
If you are a tenant renting a commercial or residential property in the State of Florida, you have legal rights to protect yourself from unjust and unwarranted landlord claims brought against you. At the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A., we represent tenants in a variety of disputes with your landlord including, but not limited to, the following:
- Eviction for Non-Payment of Rent
- Failure to Return Security Deposit
- Failure to Make Reasonable Repairs or Maintain Premises
- Termination or Interruption of Utility Service
- Prevention of Reasonable Access
- Early Termination of Lease
- Subleases or Assignments of Lease
Tenants have a right to quiet enjoyment and use of the leased premises, safe and habitable living conditions, and other contractual rights under the lease agreement and statutory rights provided by Florida Statutes. These rights deserve to be vigorously defended by an experienced landlord-tenant attorney who understands the intricacies of the Florida Statutes regulating the Landlord/Tenant relationship.
If faced with an eviction or other landlord-tenant dispute, the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A. can ensure that your landlord follows the proper protocol and strictly adheres to both the lease agreement and the Statutes.
Call the Law Offices of Jarrett R. Williams, P.A. today to have our attention to detail and real estate transactional and litigation experience provide you with the insight to achieve solutions to your most complex real estate matters.
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