Resolving Property Law (Landlord-Tenant) Issues
When it comes to property law matters such as landlord-tenant disputes or real estate transactions, it helps to work with an attorney who not only understands the law, but the dynamics of being a property owner, landlord as well as the local real estate market.
At Leslie A. Erwin, P.C., Ms. Erwin combines her personal, professional and legal experiences to help her clients resolve their property law issues. As a landlord and an attorney, she knows firsthand the issues facing her clients as they engage in transactions, lease agreements and contested real estate matters.
Representing The Interests Of Property Owners, Tenants, Buyers And Sellers
Property law can be confusing for many people, especially those with little to no experience in navigating leases, real estate purchase/sale agreements and other matters. Although the outline of a contract may seem straightforward or common sense, the truth is that the law is nuanced and often requires interpretation from an experienced lawyer.
Some common issues and entities Ms. Erwin commonly handles include:
- Homeowners associations
- Cooperatives and condominiums
- Residential and commercial real estate transactions
- Reviewing and drafting real estate agreements
- Reviewing an offering plan
- Deed agreements
- Residential leases and subleases
- Landlord-tenant disputes, including unpaid rent, evictions (dispossessory action) and property damage
Ms. Erwin provides her clients with clear, personalized representation. This means that when you reach out to Ms. Erwin, you will work directly with her throughout your case. If you are caught up in a dispute, Ms. Erwin can explain your options, explore methods for resolving the dispute amicably, or if necessary, prepare your case for litigation.
Contact The Law Office Of Leslie A. Erwin, P.C.
When you secure legal counsel, it’s important to feel comfortable with your lawyer. Ms. Erwin will speak with you during an initial consultation and provide you with a clear, straightforward assessment of how she can be of service.