Whether you reside in a residential or commercial property or are a tenant or a landlord, our Downers Grove landlord-tenant lawyers have the necessary experiences, effective rates, and above and beyond client service to put you in the best possible position for any type of landlord-tenant dispute; lease negotiation, drafting and review; or eviction. We will be your advocates as efficiently and affordably as possible to achieve a favorable result, either through settlement or trial.
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Downers Grove Landlord-Tenant Attorneys
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Downers Grove landlord-tenant attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains common disputes between owners and condominium associations, condominium boards, and individual memebers of condominium boards in Illinois.
In this article, our Downers Grove eviction attorneys discuss what you need to know about the Illinois eviction process. The discussion of this process includes everything from how to properly prepare and serve a notice of eviction upon a tenant, filing and serving a complaint for eviction, what you can expect at the eviction hearing, and how to use the sheriff's department to assist with the eviction order.
In this video, Downers Grove landlord-tenant lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the top 3 qualities to look for in an attorney.
In this article, our Downers Grove landlord and tenant attorneys explain the landlord and tenant law in Illinois. The article discusses the landlord's warranty of habitability, which requires a landlord to keep the property maintained in conditions that are livable. If the landlord breached this implied warranty of habitability, the tenant can remedy the situation in several potential ways, including, suing for damages, terminating the lease, or reducing rent.
We also talk about how landlords cannot evict tenants without good cause and what qualifies as "good cause" in Downers Grove, and how tenants have exclusive rights to possession of the apartment during the term of their lease.
In this Learn About Law episode, attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the top 5 things to look out for in your residential real estate contract.
In this article, our Downers Grove lease attorneys explain the process of having your lease reviewed or drafted by one of our attorneys. In reviewing your lease, first, we prepare a short bullet point opinion letter explaining what you should be aware of any items of your lease you may want to renegotiate. Next, after discussing our opinion letter with you, we will work with you to determine what clauses and terms in your lease you would like revised. At this point, you can either offer our opinion letter to the other party and indicate which revisions you are requesting or have our Downers Grove lease attorneys draft the revisions directly into your lease and provide a new, revised lease to the other party. Then, the revised lease will be reviewed by the other party. The attorneys for each tenant and landlord will work with each other and their clients to determine a lease that is agreeable to all parties involved.