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Practical Advice In Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Due to recent economic challenges, there are extensive legal protections for tenants who have failed to pay rent or have violated other landlord-tenant agreements. Landlords find themselves in a difficult situation trying to collect rent or evict tenants who have refused to pay rent or vacate the premises. Disputes between landlords and tenants can quickly become heated, whether due to the tenant’s refusal to pay rent, consistent violations of the lease or other causes. As a landlord, you might feel like your hands are tied and you are powerless to do anything about your tenants. But you have rights.

At Lange, Quill & Powers, PLC, our firm has assisted landlords throughout northern Kentucky for over 40 years. We strive to not only resolve your dispute but also find a solution that potentially prevents similar future disputes. We’re experienced real estate litigators, and you can trust in our ability to protect your rights and business interests.

To find solutions to disputes with tenants, call 859-279-0003 or toll-free at 800-771-4089, or contact us online for a consultation.

Representing Landlords Amid A Wide Array Of Issues

Whether you own a home or a large apartment complex, our attorneys provide the knowledgeable outlook you need. We can assist with many issues, including:

  • Nonpayment of rent
  • Security deposits
  • Clashes over maintenance and repairs
  • Direct violations of the lease
  • Eviction

The process to evict a tenant is not as straightforward as demanding them to leave immediately. We can advise on the proper procedure, including giving sufficient notice, providing sound reasoning behind the eviction and more.

Providing Both Proactive And Reactive Legal Strategies

We also assist in drafting leases between landlords and tenants. A sound lease can reduce the opportunities for vague, unclear language that might lead to a dispute. However, sometimes even the strongest of leases cannot prevent conflict. When you need legal representation, we aggressively enforce your rights as a landlord.

Discuss Your Dispute With A Lawyer

Kentucky law requires landlords to have an attorney during an eviction. We provide the personalized, experienced guidance you need. Contact our Newport office to schedule a free initial consultation. Call 859-279-0003 or email us through our website.