Our McHenry County landlord-tenant attorneys and McHenry County eviction lawyers have the expertise necessary to put you in the best position to succeed in your landlord-tenant dispute or to ensure that your residential or commercial lease is fair to you. We are proud of our excellent client service and affordable rates.
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McHenry County landlord attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the top qualities you should look for in your landlord-tenant lawyer.
In this article, our McHenry County eviction attorneys explain the eviction process in McHenry County, Illinois. The first step is to prepare a proper notice of eviction and serve it on the tenant. The type of notice will vary based on the reason for eviction. Once the eviction notice has been served, the landlord should file a complaint with the McHenry County Circuit Court and serve it along with a summons upon the tenant. At the hearing, the landlord will present the evidence proving that the eviction notice was properly served. If an eviction order is entered and the tenant fails to vacate the premises, the landlord should notify the McHenry County sheriff.
Read the full article by our McHenry County eviction lawyers explaining the McHenry County eviction process.
McHenry landlord-tenant attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains McHenry County condominium law.
In this article, our McHenry County landlord-tenant attorneys explain tenants' rights in McHenry County landlord-tenant disputes. We discuss the breach of the implied warranty of habitability that occurs if the premises becomes partially or fully uninhabitable, and the tenant's options if the landlord fails to promptly remedy the problem. We also discuss the tenant's right to exclusive possession of the premises.
McHenry County eviction lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains reasons to hire a real estate attorney in McHenry County, Illinois.
In this article, our McHenry County landlord-tenant lawyers explain the importance of commercial tenants including a clause in their leases that give them the right to audit common area maintenance charges. We discuss the types of charges that landlords may pass on to tenants in addition to base rent, including CAM and taxes. We also discuss what commercial tenants should do if the landlord is inflating CAM charges.