Evictions

Attorneys for Alabama Landlords

If you are a landlord in the Mobile, Alabama area, it is important that you have a properly drafted lease agreement so that your rights as a landlord are preserved and protected should the need arise to evict a tenant. Our firm handles all aspects of the landlord-tenant relationship from drafting leases to contacting problem tenants on your behalf and representing you should you require an eviction.

If not handled in strict compliance with the Alabama Residential Landlord-Tenant Act, evictions can be time consuming and expensive for both the landlord and the tenant. For example, a landlord’s failure to comply with the law regarding giving notice to tenant can result in an eviction case being dismissed.

As a landlord, it is important that your lease agreement not contain certain provisions that are prohibited by law. Attempting to enforce an improperly drafted lease agreement can subject landlords to civil liability and attorney fees. It is important that you speak with experienced eviction attorneys at Gulf Coast Attorneys LLC to ensure that your eviction is handled correctly and legally.

Attorneys for Alabama Tenants

Likewise, if you are a tenant in the Mobile area, it is crucial that you seek out legal advice before signing any lease agreement with a landlord. In addition, if you are being evicted, we can help to ensure that the landlord is not attempting to enforce an illegal provision in the lease. You may be entitled to monetary damages if your landlord is pursuing an unlawful eviction.

Contact us for a Consultation with Our Grand Bay, Alabama Eviction and Rental Property Lawyers

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, the Grand Bay, Alabama attorneys of Gulf Coast Attorneys are ready to assist you with your Mobile area eviction matter. Our firm has represented landlords and tenants for years and is committed to fighting for our clients’ rights. Contact us today for a consultation.

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