Our Lawyers have a track record of successfully representing landlords and tenants in various eviction matters. We serve both commercial and residential clients in King County, Washington, and surrounding areas including Snohomish and Pierce Counties. We aggressively and efficiently move to provide our landlord or tenant clients with legal services including:
- Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating lease agreements
- Overstaying actions and evictions
- Contract enforcement
- Unlawful detainers/Evictions
- Post-foreclosure evictions
- Wrongful eviction
- Nonpayment of rent
- Non-delivery of services
Unfortunately, sometimes a landlord must evict a tenant. This can be a timely and costly process. The first step in this process is serving the proper notices to the tenant. Therefore, it is best if a landlord consults a landlord tenant attorney before beginning an eviction. An attorney who knows Seattle landlord tenant law will be able to advise you to make sure you are following the correct procedures.
When an eviction notice is served, the tenant may choose to take a landlord to court and fight the eviction. When this happens, a landlord should consult an attorney.
Sometimes landlords bring frivolous evictions. This is when tenants should take recourse in the law and consult the help of a lawyer. An experienced attorney can make sure the tenants are aware of all their rights and remedies. In evictions, the landlord usually has a business interest involved and the eviction process is a life-altering event for a tenant. Seattle landlord tenant law clearly states when a landlord can evict a tenant and clearly states the rights of a tenant.
Learn more about the eviction process.
For more information, call us at 206-973-3500 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation