Landlord & Tenant Attorneys

Why hire a Landlord & Tenant attorney?

A landlord/tenant lawyer can help you win an eviction lawsuit, steer clear of liability, and collect or return a security deposit. Whether you are a landlord drawing up a lease or a renter trying to get back your security deposit, an attorney can assist in cases of all types, especially those involving illegal discrimination, property damage, or bankruptcy.

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Did You Know?

36% of renters who had their security deposits withheld said their landlords offered no explanation as to why. Rules vary by state, but this is not always legal and may be grounds for a lawsuit.
* Sources: http://www.rent.com
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