Whether you are a landlord or a tenant in either a residential or commercial property, our DuPage landlord-tenant attorneys have the experience necessary to put you in the best possible position for your lease negotiation, drafting, and review; eviction case; or landlord and tenant dispute. We are proud of our cost-effective rates and above-and-beyond client service.
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In this article, our DuPage Eviction attorneys explain everything you need to know about the Illinois eviction process, including how to properly prepare and serve a notice of eviction upon a tenant, filing a complaint for eviction and serving the complaint upon a tenant, a description of what to expect at the eviction hearing, and how to enforce the eviction order through the sheriff's department.
In this Learn About Law podcast episode, DuPage County eviction attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses common condominium disputes and condominium law.
Our DuPage County landlord-tenant attorneys discuss common disputes between condominium owners and condominium associations, condominium boards, and individual members of condominium boards in DuPage County. We provide an overview of the primary sources of litigation between condominium owners and condominium associations, as well as an explanation of how such litigation is typically handled according to DuPage County law.
In this article, our DuPage landlord and tenant attorneys explain landlord and tenant disputes in Illinois. We discuss the landlord's implied warranty of habitability, which requires the landlord to maintain the property in livable conditions. If the landlord breaches the implied warranty of habitability, the tenant will have several potential remedies, including terminating the lease, reducing rent, or suing for damages. We also discuss the tenant's exclusive right to possession of the apartment during the term of their lease. Landlords cannot evict tenants without good cause. We explain what qualifies as "good cause" in DuPage County.
In this article, our DuPage lease attorneys explain the process of having your contract drafted or reviewed by a lawyer. When reviewing your lease, we will initially prepare a brief bullet-point opinion letter explaining items you should be aware of and any items you may want to renegotiate. After discussing the opinion letter with you, we will work with you to determine the clauses in your lease that you would like revised. At this point, you can either provide our opinion letter to the other party and indicate which revisions you are requesting or have our DuPage lease attorneys draft the revisions directly into your lease and provide the revised lease to the other party. At this point, the revised lease will be reviewed by the other party in the same manner. The attorneys for each party will work with one another and their clients to achieve a lease that is agreeable to all concerned.