Oftentimes, disputes between a landlord and tenant can be resolved among the parties, without having to go through the expense and hassle of hiring an attorney. However, things don’t always go as they should. When it comes time to hand over the reins, Bibby, McWilliams & Kearney, PLLC has the attorney horsepower to help resolve your dispute.
Many landlord tenant agreements have provisions that specify alternative dispute resolution as opposed to costly litigation. If not, then jurisdiction will lie exclusively with the Justice of the Peace courts, appealed de novo into the County Courts at Law. Whether you are the landlord or the tenant, it is important to find a law firm with experience that's comfortable in court appearances, mediations, and arbitrations. Finding a firm with a strong real estate and commercial property transactions and negotiations practice is even more valuable.
There are several different issues that landlords and tenants typically encounter when a deal has gone sour. A landlord may have failed to make required repairs to a property to make it habitable. A tenant may have overstayed his lease and is refusing to leave. A landlord has wrongfully terminated a lease. Each of these issues are time sensitive and require that the parties meet certain requirements within a given amount of time in order to protect their rights.
At Bibby, McWilliams & Kearney, PLLC, we have experienced attorneys ready to solve your problems. We are in a strong position to help you resolve your conflicts as quickly and cost effectively as possible. Whether you’re facing a wrongful eviction, a tenant that won’t pay or vacate, or any other myriad of problems that can arise from the landlord tenant relationship, don’t hesitate to call us.