The moves a landlord may have to take to evict a tenant and actions that a tenant may have to take to avoid eviction can be complicated, time-consuming, and overwhelming. While negotiations of terms and a timeline may work in many cases, there are times when an eviction situation may require litigation. If you are involved in an eviction case and litigation is the only resolution left, you need legal counsel who will fight for you and fight to protect your rights. The litigation attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, have the resources and experience needed to litigate your eviction case.
To best litigate an eviction case, certain pieces of evidence may help. Some of the evidentiary documents that can help your case may include:
- Rent payment records
- Lists or proof of repairs done or in need of being done
- Documented code violations
- Police reports
- Any correspondences
For a landlord, regaining possession of a property in a timely manner and having that property protected may be at stake. The fight to gain back that control can be taxing and stressful, especially when a landlord has gone through all of the proper channels. Litigation for an eviction case may even mean having to defend your reputation against accusations of discrimination or not living up to the responsibilities of being a landlord, such as making repairs. For landlord rights click here.
Experienced Landlord/Tenant Law Firm
Our firm is dedicated to seeing justice served and defending the rights of those who need our help. Dealing with an eviction, on either side of the case, can be overwhelming and requires legal counsel with compassion and dedication to your case. Shapiro Law Group, PC, can provide the support and aggressive representation you need during what may be a difficult time.
At Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us to set up your initial consultation. 339-200-9933.