Paul Mitassov Law
Landlord and Tenant Matters
The most common landlord-tenant dispute is over non-payment of rent. A non-paying tenant may offer many excuses for non-payment (loss of employment being the most common), and may make many promises of paying ‘next week’. Sometimes a tenant may consistently pay the rent late, causing substantial disruption to the landlord.
A landlord is often caught in the difficult position of feeling sympathy for the tenant while also needing the rent payments to meet their own obligations (i.e. mortgage and utility costs).
Having seen many non-payment disputes, our professionals recommend immediately seeking legal assistance in response to a non-payment event. A quick legal intervention is your best chance at recovering the arrears and protecting your rights.
Our firm has helped many landlords just like you. Call us today and let our skilled professionals resolve your non-payment situation today.
Complex problems need smart solutions. Our highly trained team will review your situation, advise you of your rights, and take prompt action to resolve your legal problem.
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