When entering into a Residential Lease and Rental Agreement, an experienced Real Estate Attorney can save you later hassle and headache should the relationship between the Landlord and Tenant ultimately devolve. Our Real Estate Attorneys can assist with the preparation, negotiation and review of Residential Lease and Rental Agreements to ensure your rights are protected. Should a dispute later arise between Landlord and Tenant, our experienced Landlord-Tenant Attorneys can offer alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve issues before litigation becomes necessary. Our knowledgeable Attorneys provide strategic solutions to resolve Landlord-Tenant disputes in South Florida without litigation or court intervention.
We offer the following services for Landlords and Tenants:
- Preparation, Negotiation and Review of Residential Lease and Rental Agreements.
- Guidance and Legal Counsel regarding Residential Lease and Rental Agreement Terms and Conditions, including any applicable Homeowner or Condominium Association Regulations.
- Representation of Landlords and Tenants in Alternative Dispute Resolution and negotiation including Eviction Proceedings, Failure to Pay Rent and Rent Disputes, Early Termination of Leases, Violation and Breach of Lease Provisions, Security Deposit Disputes and Ejectments.
Explore our most popular Landlord-Tenant Law Packages:
Landlord/Tenant Residential Lease Negotiation
Representation of Landlord or Tenant entering into Residential Lease and Rental Agreements.
- Negotiate and Prepare Residential Lease and Rental Agreements and/or Review of Pre-Drafted Residential Lease and Rental Agreements.
- Provide Guidance and Legal Counsel regarding Residential Lease and Rental Agreement Terms and Conditions, including any applicable Homeowner or Condominium Association Regulations.
Evictions – Tenant Representation
Our South Florida Eviction Attorneys represent Tenants involved in residential Eviction Proceedings. Under Florida Law, Tenants are awarded certain rights. Our representation includes the following:
- Review Complaint.
- Ensure Landlord has complied with all statutory and procedural requirements under Florida Law.
- Provide counsel as to viable options for tenant.
- Engage in negotiation and alternative dispute resolution, including attendance at mediation and preparation and review of settlements in lieu of litigation.