We can bolster and protect your business through proper entity selection, legal business formation, business and commercial law, and contract law advice. We can help you make all the right residential and commercial real estate moves.

We offer reasonable rates for all types of clients from those who need representation in court to those who seek quick and simple advice.

Why Should I Hire a Lawyer

  • Lawyers save you time and money. They get it done right the first time.
  • Lawyers are familiar with and educated in their areas of practice. A competent lawyer can assist and guide you through your legal issues.
  • Lawyers understand and are familiar with pitfalls within their area of expertise. They can explain them to you and help you make an educated decision.
  • No matter how honest you are, legal issues inevitably arise. A competent attorney is able to address your legal issues and prevent a legal dispute.

Law Practiced

Landlord Tenant Law

Experienced landlords, beginning landlords, and tenants can all find the help they need with us. We are prepared to help you negotiate your leases and your rights. We have experience enforcing, reviewing, and drafting commercial and residential leases. Let us make the process easier for you. Our services include:

  • Lease drafting, review, and negotiation
  • Leases for franchise tenants and landlords
  • Residential and commercial lease review and enforcement
  • Security deposit disputes
  • Uninhabitable conditions
  • Mandating a landlord or tenant comply with lease terms
  • Requiring a landlord to make a premise habitable
  • Requiring a tenant to correct problems with the rental
  • A landlord's right to evict, and a tenant's right to protection from evictions or landlord discrimination
  • Evictions, Forcible Entry Detainer actions ("FED") and Special Detainer actions
  • Notice to Quit and Notice to Vacate

There is no such thing as a standard lease: Negotiate everything.

Let us help you maintain your rights as a renter or a landlord. Leases can be negotiated; everyone has that right. Before you sign a lease you should take the time to read and understand what all of the stipulations of the lease entail.

We can answer your questions regarding commercial leases, such as:

  • Can you be forced to switch locations?
  • Is your security deposit greater than permissible by law?
  • Can your landlord rent to your competition?
  • Are you sharing a fair amount of taxes?
  • Are you being charged reasonable fees for common area maintenance ("CAM")?
  • Was your rent increased? How was it dealt with?
  • Are you paying for more than just your own utilities?
  • Do you have enough parking space?