Evictions can be traumatizing. Your landlord serves you with a notice. Or he tells you that you must move. The landlord acts like he knows what he’s doing. Protect yourself by getting an attorney who is experienced in eviction actions and protecting renter’s rights.
Evictions are a legal process and if you lose and are evicted, then it can end up on your credit report. You might even have trouble renting another home because of the eviction.
Because evictions are a legal process, the landlord must follow the law to evict you. Has your landlord given you adequate notice?
Does the landlord have just cause?
A landlord cannot evict you by:
- Threatening you
- Verbally telling you to move
- Changing the locks and throwing your things into the street
You may have various legal defenses. Perhaps your home has significant uncorrected housing code violations. Perhaps the landlord claims that he or his family are moving into your apartment, but that’s not true. Perhaps the eviction paperwork was not filled out correctly.
Get Your Eviction Defense in Place
The eviction process moves quickly. If you have been served with a 3-day notice, 30-day notice, or 60-day notice, call Mary Catherine Wiederhold immediately for a free consultation. Know your rights. Protect yourself.
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