Landlord Tenant Disputes

Landlord Lawyer Indianapolis Indiana

Under Indiana law, landlords have certain rights when dealing with tenants. Disputes can quickly erupt over the smallest things.

Some landlord-tenant disputes have clear answers in Indiana. Others depend on the circumstances and the rights of the parties. This can be a complicated area of real estate law.

Landlords do you know your rights?

Landlord Rights:

  • Repairs and Maintenance
  • Rights To Enter
  • Collecting and Returning Security Deposits
  • Liability Issues
  • Evictions and Terminations
  • Tenant Screening and Selection

As a landlord, the last thing you want is for a tenant dispute arise to that you cannot resolve. Our founding partner, Landlord Lawyer Jynell Berkshire, is highly effective at resolving landlord tenant disputes. Ms. Berkshire is a seasoned real estate attorney, a real estate broker and real estate investor. She understands how landlords can have a lot at stake when dealing with a tenant dispute.

And, more importantly, what a landlord can stand to lose from a tenant dispute. A majority of the times, disputes can be resolved without long and costly litigation through a negotiated settlement or through mediation. Ms. Berkshire will work to you to protect your landlord rights without making the process more complicated and costly for you.

At Berkshire Law, we recognize the importance of client relationships. We have  flexible attorney-client fee arrangements with reasonable rates. We don’t want you to have to choose between quality legal service and cost.

When experience matters, contact Ms. Berkshire to schedule an initial consultation.

Berkshire Law is here to for you!

Real Estate Lawyer Indianapolis Indiana
Jynell Berkshire

Ms. Berkshire is the founding attorney of BERKSHIRE LAW. Ms. Berkshire is a seasoned attorney who focuses her practice on real estate and business law, government relations, and certified business enterprises services. Read More >

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