Know Your Rights: Landlord And Tenants

Landlord TenantAs a firm focused on landlord/tenant law, we help clients with a wide variety of both residential and commercial real estate contracts. To that end, our clients include individuals and businesses seeking to buy or sell a property as well as landlords, tenants, real estate developers and property managers of apartment complexes. Specific matters include:

  • Eviction
  • Litigation
  • Unlawful detainer
  • Commercial leasing
  • Landlord/tenant issues
  • Foreclosure
  • Contracts: disputes, preparation and others
  • Post-foreclosure eviction
  • Purchasing properties after foreclosure

Terri Brewer has handled many matters successfully for our clients, but she has also demonstrated her experience beyond helping clients. She engages in activities such as volunteering in the legal community and teaching on subjects related to landlord/tenant law throughout Contra Costa County.

This experience gives our firm the ability to educate clients about rights they may not know they had. For instance, service members can break leases without penalty if they have permanent change of station (PCS) orders. If a landlord tried to bring a suit against a service member for breaking a lease in this situation, they would be unsuccessful.

If you have a disability, you are entitled to certain protections and accessibilities as well as accommodations such as service and support animals under the federal Fair Housing Act. For more information, see the Pacific ADA Center, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Americans With Disabilities Act websites.

Our extensive experience becomes your advantage, because we are able to look out for things that you were not aware of.

Contact An Experienced Landlord/Tenant Attorney Today

To make an appointment, call our Concord office today at 925-267-3444, or send Ms. Brewer a message through our online form. I will respond as promptly as possible.