Rothamel Bratton Offers Counsel for Landlord/Tenant Disputes in New Jersey, Florida and Pennsylvania
The laws governing the rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants are comprehensive and complex. Lease agreements must be negotiated and drafted to protect both the landlord and tenant so that both parties’ interests are protected.
At Rothamel Bratton, our highly knowledgeable attorneys will put their years of experience to work for you. We have an in-depth understanding of landlord/tenant laws in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida. Led by John D. Rothamel, our team of lawyers offers clients thorough, dedicated assistance for any matter of legal real estate issues.
Protecting the Interests of Landlords and Tenants
We have a unique perspective on each case, allowing us to anticipate and eliminate any potential problems before they arise.
- Landlord Rights: We will draft documents that will protect your rights while also providing failsafe options for dealing with tenant disputes.
- Tenant Rights: All leases should be reviewed by an attorney to make sure they are in the tenant’s best interests. If a legal issue arises during the course of the lease, we will negotiate or litigate on your behalf.
- Eviction: Rothamel Bratton creates defense strategies for tenants facing eviction. We also help landlords begin eviction proceedings and recoup their losses.
In all cases, through skilled negotiation, our attorneys make every effort to resolve landlord/tenant disputes. When necessary, however, we will fight tirelessly for clients in court to protect their rights.
Consult with a Knowledgeable Landlord/Tenant Lawyer
Rothamel Bratton offers comprehensive counsel for landlords and tenants. We have conveniently located offices in Haddonfield and Lawrenceville, NJ, Philadelphia, PA and Fort Lauderdale, FL. Call 888-981-9510 or fill out our convenient contact form to reserve an appointment with an attorney who will put your needs first. Here to help client in areas like Cherry Hill, Princeton, Mount Laurel, Voorhees, and Medford.
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