Chicago Landlord-Tenant Attorneys | Eviction Lawyers, Chicago

Chicago Landlord-Tenant Attorneys | Eviction Lawyers, Chicago

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant our Chicago landlord-tenant attorneys will help preserve rights and create lease agreements for the best possible solutions.


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1941 N. Elston Ave., Ste. A Chicago, IL 60642


(312) 736-1384


Hours: 9 am - 7 pm Monday - Friday 11 am - 3pm Saturday 11 am - 2 pm Sunday

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Evicting a Tenant in Chicago

In this article, our Chicago landlord-tenant lawyers explain the Illinois eviction process.  Preceding an eviction, proper steps must be adhered to including:

  • 5 days for failure to pay rent;
  • 10 days for violation of other lease terms; and.
  • 30 days for routine termination of a month-to-month lease

Once the proper notice is drafted it must be served upon the tenant in one of three ways:

  • ‍hand delivery;
  • certified mail return receipt requested;
  • ‍posting the notice on the door of the property;

In this video, Chicago eviction attorney Kevin O'flaherty discusses the eviction process in Illinois.

Chicago Condominium Disputes & Condominium Law

In this article, our Chicago landlord-tenant attorneys discuss potential disputes that occur between condominium owners and condominium associations, boards, and members of condominium boards in Chicago.  In addition to the Condominium Property Act, the relationship between condominium owners and the condominium association is governed by three documents that are particular to each condominium association: the condominium declaration, the condominium association’s bylaws, and the rules and regulations of the condominium association.

In this video, Chicagoeviction attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses common condominium disputes.

Landlord-Tenant Laws in Chicago

In this article, our Chicago landlord lawyers discuss various laws surrounding the relationship between landlords and tenants in Chicago as well as security deposit laws in Chicago.  We explain Chicago tenants may be required to pay a security deposit, which may typically be used to cover unpaid rent, repairs, and cleaning fees after moving out of the property Unlike other states, when an Illinois landlord receives a security deposit, they are not required to produce proof of receipt.

In this video, Chicagoeviction attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses common condominium disputes.

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