We Are A Small Firm With A Big Bite
Because we represent both parties in various matters, our team can offer you significant insight and practical solutions to many issues.
Our Practice is Your Solution
Our services include:
- collecting rents,
- lease negotiations and drafting
- unlawful detainers
- failure to return security deposit actions
- breach of contract and fraud litigation
Our Practice Is Your Solution
We understand the complex nature of the eviction, unlawful detainer, and litigation. These situations involve your property, your money and we understand you want these situations resolved as efficiently and effectively as possible. From giving notice, to filing suit for forcible entry and detainer, to obtaining a Writ of Possession to regain your property, we are aggressive litigators, and we are ready to fight for you.
We are equipped to handle all your litigation needs. All you have to do is call 561-299-0018 to schedule your free 30-minute consultation with one of our aggressive and knowledgeable landlord-tenant lawyers.
The Landlord and Tenant Relationship can be a tricky one – who owes who what?
The simple answer is that you should never allow someone to move into your property and you should never move into someone’s property without having a written lease, signed by both parties. The lease should outline very specifically the length of the lease, the amount of the rent, when it is due and who is responsible for doing what for the other person. The lease should also include provisions for what happens if one party breaches the lease, why pays for repairs. Regardless of the terms of your lease, there are terms that are implied in every lease, such as the warranty of habitability, this means that a landlord must provide a residential property to a tenant that is in habitable condition. Tenants also have the right to quiet enjoyment of the property too in most circumstances. Commercial leases are quite different and if you are entering into a commercial lease, you should have competent legal counsel review the lease before you sign it.
- One of the worst things a landlord can do is engage in self-help. It is never okay to take the law into your own hands, and it may result in civil and criminal proceedings.
- One of the worst things a tenant can do is stop paying rent and ignore all attempts from the landlord to resolve the situation without litigation.
- One of the best things for a landlord and a tenant is for each of them to have quality legal counsel in their corner.
Schedule A Free Consultation Today
The attorneys at the Horton Law Group are fierce. We are aggressive litigation attorneys who fight for our clients’ rights. Please call 561-299-0018 to schedule your free 30-minute consultation with one of our landlord-tenant lawyers.