Ideally, you wouldn't need a landlord attorney to handle a simple eviction. However, if you've sent a termination of tenancy notice to your renter and they've refused to leave, you may need to take the matter to court. The Law Office Of William E. Carter, LLC will work with you to gather evidence supporting your decision to evict your tenant. We can also advise you on how to evict your tenant lawfully.
Call a landlord attorney in Meriden, Connecticut now at 203-630-1070.
Landlord-tenant law can be complicated. Your right to evict a tenant and their right to sue you depend on a variety of factors. You should call a landlord-tenant attorney in Meriden, CT if you're dealing with: