Protecting The Legal Boundaries Between Landlords And Tenants
Green & Green Lawyers A Legal Professional Association understands the impact Ohio landlord-tenant laws have on those bound by lease agreements. Our experience includes developing proactive solutions for minimizing conflict between property owners and tenants, as well as resolving disputes when they arise.
If you own real property that you lease to someone else, our attorneys can help you protect your interests and make you aware of the scope of your legal duties, obligations and rights. Additionally, we can litigate your case if you struggle with liability to third parties.
Our firm also has substantial experience advising tenants about their rights and responsibilities. Therefore, if you are a renter, we know how to help you minimize conflict with your landlord.
Guidance For Real Property Owners
Many entrepreneurs have involvement with real estate. However, while leasing residential or commercial property can significantly increase revenue, as a landlord or business owner, you may not completely understand the potential risks that could arise from renting your real estate. The careful drafting of leases often minimizes landlord-tenant disputes. Our lawyers regularly advise landlords on risk mitigation strategies. We can also educate you on the importance of maintaining positive working relationships with your tenants.
Meanwhile, our skilled litigators also have the knowledge and experience needed to:
- Evaluate lease agreements and grievances
- Advise you on your duties and obligations to your tenants
- Guide you through a legal eviction process
- Counsel you on available, reasonable alternatives for dispute resolution
We will also protect your interests in court when that is the best option in your case.
Defense For Tenant Rights
If you are a tenant, Green & Green Lawyers can assist you if your landlord fails to meet their duties and obligations. We can counsel you on protecting yourself from a zealous landlord and teach you how to use rent escrows to ensure your property receives needed repairs.
Our attorneys can also provide efficient, cost-effective counsel for matters such as:
- Fair housing opportunities
- Landlord access to your rental property
- Legal steps in the lease termination process
- Retaliatory action related to reporting inappropriate property management
Additionally, we can help you recover damages if your landlord’s negligence results in injuries.
Enforce The Terms Of Your Rental Agreement
If a rental property dispute arises, or if you need help minimizing your risk in a rental agreement, arrange your initial consultation today. Complete our firm’s online intake form or call 937-224-3333 to learn more about the representation we provide from our Dayton offices.