Experienced Representation For Landlords And Tenants
Disagreements between tenants and landlords occur frequently in the residential and commercial real estate arena. Many of these situations are disputes involving a tenant’s failure to pay rent or a landlord’s failure to maintain the rental property as required by the terms of the lease.
Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, it is crucial to have experienced, efficient legal representation to help you resolve landlord-tenant disputes as quickly and economically as possible. At Cauthen, Oldham & Associates, P.A., our Lake County landlord-tenant lawyer is a seasoned professional with the ability to take multiple paths to the resolution of your matter. Whether your case involves litigation, negotiation or transactions, we will work to ensure your interests are protected and your potential liability is minimized.
Litigation · Negotiation · Transactions
When handling landlord-tenant cases, we understand that it is important to work as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible. We take a proactive approach to legal issues, attempting to address issues even before they arise and as soon as they surface. This can reduce the need for litigation and in turn, save money and time. Founding attorney David E. Cauthen is highly skilled at negotiating at various stages of the situation. He is dedicated to smoothing things over with landlords and tenants in order to reach a solution that is agreeable to all parties whenever possible.
It is also possible that our firm can not only address and find a resolution to the issues you are facing now but also protect you from future matters of the same type that may lead to litigation. We do realize that some cases cannot avoid the courtroom. If litigation is the best way in which to reach an end to the case, our lawyers will aggressively articulate your case and persuasively argue for your rights.
Our firm confidently handles a wide range of landlord-tenant issues involving:
- Litigation of landlord-tenant disputes
- Eviction/unlawful detainer
- Breach of a lease
- Dispute over rent
- Disagreements regarding security deposits
- Requirements to maintain proper maintenance of the premises
- The leasing of adjacent space to a competing business
- Negotiation, drafting and review of commercial and residential leases
- Rights to sublease or assignment
- Lease obligations when the contract is terminated early
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If you have questions or concerns about a landlord-tenant situation you are facing, call Cauthen, Oldham & Associates, P.A., at 352-508-4175 or toll-free at 888-801-1678. You may also contact us online to schedule a consultation. We serve landlords and tenants in Lake, Marion and Sumter counties.