Legal Help


Landlord Management can help you resolve and prevent issues with your tenants, collect past-due rent, evict tenants, and more at a cost that won’t break the bank, whether you’re in a dispute with a tenant, about to lease your property to a new tenant, or looking to move a renter out of your home or apartment.

Interested in speaking with us to learn more about what we can offer involving legal troubles involving landlords/tenants?

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Protect Your Rights as a Landlord

A skilled attorney can offer priceless legal protection when it comes to leasing your rental units, tenant management, or end-of-lease transitions.

Listed below are just a few of the frequent problems our knowledgeable service lawyers handle:

  • Is the lease you’re using legally sound?
  • Have you adequately protected your investment?
  • Do you use lease terms that minimize your responsibilities?

When partnered with Landlord Management, we can review your lease and any other business documents to ensure you’re set up for success.

  • Do you have a conflict with a current tenant?
  • Have you experienced property damage?
  • Do you need to start the eviction process?

LLM may speak with your renter on your behalf to address conflicts and are able to frequently achieve better outcomes than you can on your own.

  • Are you wondering if you may make use of a tenant's security deposit?
  • Do you or one of the tenants wish to end the lease early?
  • Do you have a renter who won't leave?

We can assist you in understanding the rules in your state to help you resolve end-of-lease difficulties as soon and affordably as you can.

Prior to Leasing a Property, Make Sure You Understand Your Obligations and Rights as a Landlord.

Did You Know?

-You can draft a lease that assigns all responsibility for upkeep to the renter.

-In the majority of states, there are restrictions on the size of the security deposit you may ask for and the number of days you have to return it once the lease is over.

-Having access to a lawyer with knowledge of landlord and tenant law may help you create the paperwork you need to manage a successful rental company, whether you have a few simple queries

about the lease you are currently using or you are beginning from scratch.

-When you can have a property management company evaluate the lease and provide legal counsel for the cost of one business lunch, it’s a no-brainer given the investment you’ve made and the

possible issues that may occur once you have a tenant inhabiting your rental property.


Additionally, in order to reduce the danger of violations and fines, it is essential to comply with all regulatory files, permits, certificates, Department of Buildings and Department of Environmental Protection regulations, licenses, etc. LLM ensures compliance with all city, state, and federal regulations to avoid regulatory violations.