Pittsburg Landlord Lawyer
Reliable and dependable legal counsel is important for those who generate income through rental properties. Everything from lease agreements to regulatory compliance, to the eviction process, to the structure of the business itself can all benefit from a knowledgeable and experienced Pittsburg landlord lawyer.
At the Law Office of Conrad J. Kuyawa, you’ll get direct, personal communication with your attorney. You’ll get a legal staff that is diligent in their preparation and attention to detail.
Call our Pittsburg office today at (925) 230-0515 or reach out online to set up a consultation.
How a Pittsburg Landlord Attorney Can Help
The entire process of running a business driven by rental income is marked with legal issues. What’s below are just a few of the areas where legal counsel may be vital:
How a landlord sets up their business structure will have implications on everything from personal liability to taxes. Often, choosing an advantage in one area means forgoing benefits in another area. Landlords who are renting a small number of fixed, residential spaces have different long-term needs than those who may need to take on investors for the purpose of developing real estate and renting it out. We take the time to listen to the needs of our clients, what their plans and goals are, and then advise on the best business structure.
The state of California has general rules that all landlords must meet, but the lease agreement will spell out more specific obligations for both owner and renter. A well-crafted lease will be attentive to detail and also anticipate possible future issues. While no one can foresee everything that might come up, experienced Pittsburg landlord lawyers, like what you’ll find at the Law Office of Conrad J. Kuyawa, can draw on that experience in helping property owners protect themselves.
When tenants believe their rights have been violated, they may take the landlord to court. A tenant injured in an accident might blame unsafe property conditions and seek to file a personal injury lawsuit. A tenant may believe they have been discriminated against, in violation of the Fair Housing Act. Or a less drastic example might be a tenant who simply believes they are wrongly deprived of their security deposit.
Other potential legal issues can include dealing with tenants who are in arrears on their rent. While a preferred outcome would be simply getting the rent collected and brought current, there are times when evictions are unfortunately necessary. We can work with landlords during what can be a difficult process.
Fighting to Protect Your Rights
There are a lot of good and conscientious landlords who work hard to do right by their tenants. When these landlords have their rights violated, they need good legal protection. Working with an attorney on an ongoing basis allows a lawyer to become familiar with all the unique details of a landlord’s properties and legal issues. Let the Law Office of Conrad J. Kuyawa be the legal counsel you rely on.
Call today at (925) 230-0515 or fill out our online contact form to set up a consultation.
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“I contacted Conrad for an Eviction case and I got what I believe is the best possible service. Conrad's expertise and confidence in the process put me at ease.”- S.G.
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