Im sure there are lawyers that are willing to help you but that depends on if you have a viable claim. And unfortunately you did not provide us with much information to go on. Please advise on what the underlying claim is regarding and why you believe the attorney committed malpractice.
I got one late fee and for every month I didn't pay it they added 40. then they took money from my rent pymnt to pay late charges which made be get more late charges and unpaid rent. then tried to evict. Is that okay?
Do you have a lease which allows him to charge you late fees as additional rent? If you do, then it is considered rent, and every month you haven't paid it, it could be considered late. If you don't have a lease or it doesn't state that the late fees are considered rent, then he...View More
she has not paid anything for over a year for water, taxes etc. The home has gone to me and my brother and we have given her several changes to leave or pay a fair monthly amount. She ignores everything. It is actually costing me money for her to live there. I am a single mother and recently... View More
There are a few more details that are required to be able to answer this question. First was she a tenant? By that I mean was she paying rent in exchange for being there? If she was a tenant then you must see if she has a lease. If she was a tenant, and her lease has expired or she never had a...View More
The reasons is lost revenue from the lease. I met the neighbor who said he wants to move his father into my sister old apartment. If that is the case I don't think landlord would be able to claim lost revenue.
Landlord offered $500 as a consolation. Do I take it? Not? Do I fight this?
I'm not sure what you mean when you say the reason is "lost lease." If she continued to have a lease when she died, and still had more time left on the lease, then her estate is still responsible for those months. That being said he would be allowed to retain the security deposit to...View More
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