At Williams, Kratcoski, & Can, LLC, we have substantial experience representing parties in landlords and tenant situation. Our Real Estate attorneys can answer your questions and write a legal iron-clad lease as well as a thorough and trustworthy review of a lease agreement between both parties. Additionally, we give legal counsel and initiate legal action regarding recourse to landlords who desire to begin and/or follow through the eviction of a tenant. Our attorneys also delve into other rental issues involving disputed issues such as delayed rental payments, maintenance issues and disagreements over terms of a signed lease. Williams, Kratcoski & Can, LLC possess the knowledge and experience that our clients have come to trust for over 65 years.
Know Your Rights
State of Ohio statutes outline and establish rights and legal obligations to both landlords and tenants. These statutes are intended to ensure that both parties share equally in the responsibilities outlined by landlord/tenant statutes. Likewise, the responsibilities of both parties are outlined to be willingly and amicably accepted by both parties as equal components to create an equitable and beneficial relationship. A well-written lease agreement that does not include vague or disputable language can preemptively and proactively divert and absolve many possible landlord-tenant disputes.
The experienced Real Estate attorneys at William, Kratcoski, & Can, LLC believe in first initiating and applying common-sense solutions to even the most complicated and heated landlord-tenant disagreements. Using our skillful and effective negotiation techniques, formulated by our vast and established experience in Ohio landlord-tenant law, we always look for an amicable and cost-effective resolution for our clients. However, if this approach fails, we are prepared to defend the rights of our clients aggressively even if, and especially if, it translates to the dispute going to trial.
Whether you are a landlord or tenant, any disputes of this kind can be extremely stressful. However, our experienced Real Estate attorneys possess the analytical and negotiating skills to amicably resolve landlord-tenant legal disputes of any kind. Please call us at 330-673-3444 to allow us to aid you with an initial consultation pertinent to your situation. We offer weekend and evening appointments to accommodate your busy schedule.