Whether you are a residential or commercial landlord or tenant, our Bolingbrook Landlord-Tenant Attorneys have the expertise to effectively represent your interests in lease negotiation, lease disputes, or eviction proceedings. Our Bolingbrook eviction lawyers are proud of our excellent client service and affordable rates.
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Bolingbrook landlord attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to pick your landlord-tenant lawyer.
Our Bolingbrook eviction attorneys explain the DuPage and Will County eviction process, we discuss the different notice requirements between evictions based on failure to pay rent, violation of the lease, and termination of a month-to-month lease. We discuss how to properly serve an eviction notice upon the tenant, and how to file a complaint for eviction in DuPage and Will County.
Bolingbrook landlord attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains condominium law in Illinois.
In this article, our Bolingbrook landlord-tenant lawyers explain Common Area Maintenance (CAM) charges. Many commercial leases require tenants to pay both base rent and additional expenses for maintenance of the common areas and taxes. This amount fluctuates from year to year. We discuss the importance of including the right to audit CAM charges in order to prevent Landlord fraud.
Bolingbrook landlord-tenant lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the benefits of hiring a real estate attorney.
In this article, our Bolingbrook eviction attorneys explain residential landlord-tenant law in DuPage County and Will County Illinois. We explain the right to exclusive possession of the premises during the term of the lease, the implied warranty of habitability, and tenants' remedies in the event that the landlord fails to make repairs.