Eviction Attorney

Landlord Tenant Lawyer

Lawyer serving Hudson, River Falls, Balsam Lake, and New Richmond, Wisconsin

Does your tenant...
fail to pay rent?
need to be evicted?
refuse to vacate?

Is your landlord....
failing to maintaining the property?
refusing to refund your security deposit?
evicting you?

Whether you are signing a lease, involved in an eviction, or believe the other party has not lived up to their obligations as part of a lease contract, it is important to work with a lawyer who can guide you through the process.

Landlord-tenant law might seem simple, but in practice, the law and its affect on any given situation can be complex. I can help. I have seen too many situations where problems could have been avoided if the landlord or tenant would have consulted with a lawyer first. Even if you think your issue is a minor one, give me a call. I will tell you honestly whether you need a lawyer and whether I can help. We can work out a payment system that makes sense for you and your situation.

I have worked with both landlords and tenants in Hudson, River Falls, and throughout western Wisconsin to resolve a wide array of issues. Contact me today to set up a free consultation regarding your landlord/tenant matter.


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When you enter into a lease agreement, it is with the expectation that both sides will follow the contract. Unfortunately, that is not always how it works. When either side fails to follow their responsibilities, an eviction may follow. Whether you are a landlord or tenant, it is important to protect your rights during an eviction. I work with landlords to serve eviction notices and promptly file all paperwork, and I work with tenants to help them answer the eviction complaint and protect their rights.

Legal Services for Landlords

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Understand your rights as a landlord if a tenant is breaking the lease. After working with me, you will have a clear understanding of your legal rights. I handle all sorts of landlord-tenant situations including:

Nonpayment of rent

Causing damage to the property

Keeping dogs or cats on the property

Failing to maintain the property according to the lease

Conducting illegal activity

Noise complaints or interference with other residents

Violation of other rules or regulations outlined in the lease

Most leases clearly state that a tenant who fails to pay his or her rent will be evicted. However, it is also essential that other conditions of the lease clearly state the action taken if the lease if broken. One of the most important ways to protect your rights is by having a well drafted lease. When you choose to work with me, I will take the time to draft a lease that will give you the most protection possible under the law.

Legal Services for Tenants

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Is your landlord not keeping up his end of the deal? Are you living with inadequate heat, no air conditioning, insects, or other sub-par conditions while your landlord just sits back and collects the rent? If your landlord is failing to keep the premises safe, not making necessary repairs, or neglecting to handle their finances appropriately, it is important to work with an attorney who can advise you what rights you have.

It is the landlord's responsibility to properly maintain the property. This means they are responsible for fixing or addressing:

Mold problems

Water leaks

Defective appliances

Bad plumbing

Unsafe areas

Noise complaints

Tenants are often tempted to break their lease or stop paying rent if a landlord does not fix problems or broken appliances. When you contact me, I can advise you about the proper way to handle the problem. In some situations, that might mean hiring a contractor or handy man to fix a problem and then seeking reimbursement. In other situations, it means providing your landlord with a reasonable amount of time to fix the problem. Whatever situation you are facing, I can help make sure you do not do anything that could harm your case in the future. I will advise you on your rights and work with you to make sure your rights are protected.

Call Larimore Law Office at 715-629-7108 today!

Lease Attorney

Commercial and Residential Lease Lawyer

A good lease should carefully detail the responsibilities and expectations of both parties and the possible consequences if they are broken.

Whether you are drafting or signing a lease, it is important to work with an attorney to make sure you understand what obligations and responsibilities are involved. I offer unique, customized, and affordable options, so you can make sure your rights are protected.


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