Are your tenants giving you legal troubles? If so, it's important to hire a landlord-tenant attorne from our law firm as soon as possible. While many landlord-tenant cases lean heavily in the tenants' favor, our attorneys will work hard to find exceptions for your unique circumstances.
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If you need to evict a tenant, we recommend talking to one of our landlord-tenant lawyers as soon as possible. While tenants have certain protections under Florida law, they don't have the right to intentionally destroy your property. You may also evict a tenant if they've repeatedly violated the lease within a 12-month period. During your free consultation with a landlord-tenant attorney, we'll discuss your rights under the law.
Our real estate lawyers can help you understand your next steps when handling litigation brought forward by tenants. It's important to understand that both state and federal law affect what actions you're able to take. Fortunately, our landlord-tenant lawyers can help you achieve the best outcome for your case. We're able to draft lease documents, oversee the landlord-tenant relationship, and negotiate deals.
Our property attorneys serve clients near Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and Naples. To request your free legal consultation with one of our Florida real estate lawyers, call us toll free at (800) 283-7442.