As a residential landlord, it is important to understand your legal rights as well as your legal responsibilities. With proper legal advice, you can protect your investment property, your company and your income. When disputes do arise, a qualified real estate lawyer can help secure a more favorable resolution whether you are the claimant or respondent.
At Galloway and Collens, PLLC, we have for many years successfully represented property management companies across Metropolitan Detroit and the state. Our Royal Oak lawyers have meaningful experience in landlord-tenant law and are equipped to represent individual investors as well as owners of large residential property management companies, owners of single-family residences, multi-family complexes and vacation properties.
Addressing All of Your Legal Needs in Residential Landlord-Tenant Management
When you work with our Southfield law firm, we will craft our residential property management services to your exact requirements, and are available for representation in matters of:
Establishing and managing the residential landlord-tenant relationship— Our goal is to set you up for a successful landlord-tenant relationship and ensure you have a comprehensive and up-to-date lease with necessary disclosures and statutory language. We will then provide ongoing advice to help you manage your obligations as a landlord in a legally compliant and defensible manner.
Residential tenant lease violations and evictions— When a tenant violates his or her lease or fails to pay rent, it can cause a range of problems and affect the bottom line of your company. Our law firm has extensive experience addressing lease violations and pursuing evictions. We will work diligently to find swift legal resolutions to all your legal matters.
Representing residential landlords in litigation — Landlord-tenant laws tend to be complex, so it can be difficult to understand if you have a viable legal claim or defense against a current or former tenant. When you contact our law firm, we can help you understand your rights and advise on options for effectively resolving or litigating the dispute.