Purchasing property to rent represents a significant investment. You rely on incoming revenue to maintain your existing operations and explore potential growth. Tenants unable to make monthly payments or accusing you of discriminatory practices put your business at risk.

At the Law Office of Jerome N. Goldstein, Esq., we take immediate action during a time of crisis. If you are a landlord dealing with a serious tenant dispute, you need an attorney with extensive experience and thorough knowledge in landlord/tenant laws.

Protecting The Business Interests Of Landlords

Similar to other business industries, the legal problems your real estate company faces require proactive legal steps. Early intervention by a lawyer can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case.

Attorney Goldstein possesses experience in a variety of landlord/tenant disputes that include:

  • Nonpayment of rent
  • Return of security deposits
  • Unauthorized subleasing
  • Evictions
  • Holdovers
  • Unlawful detainers
  • Discrimination claims

Proactively addressing problems before they occur can save both time and money. Prior to starting your property management operations, you need well-written and enforceable legal documents. We attend to every detail in drafting leases that protect your best interests while minimizing contract misinterpretations.

While we primarily work with landlords, we also possess insight into representing tenants who comply with their leases yet are facing unlawful evictions or unfair rent increases.

Place Your Trust In A Skilled Landlord/Tenant Attorney

Your focus should be on your daily operations. Our job is to find resolution to disputes that threaten the stability of your business. To schedule an initial consultation, call 203-538-7147 or email our Shelton law office.