Representing Landlords And Their Financial Interests

Property owners, who lease and rent commercial and residential properties, must take steps to protect their financial interests. Landlords assume many responsibilities and, if not prepared, can be exposed to potential liabilities that can result in significant financial losses.

What happens if a tenant damages the property or fails to pay rent on time? As a landlord, you need to know your rights as well as the steps and legal remedies that are available to enforce those rights.

At Flanigan Law Group, we represent property owners who have a financial interest and stake in:

  • Residential properties
  • Apartments
  • Property management firms
  • Mobilehome communities
  • Recreational vehicle communities

Representing Residential and Commercial Property Landlords

Our attorneys are well-versed in all matters related to California's landlord and tenant laws and provide the answers, options and strong legal representation that property owners need when navigating a variety of complex real estate matters related to:

  • Leases — drafting, negotiations and disputes
  • Tenant agreements — enforcement and violations
  • Rental agreements — renal terms, increases and enforcement
  • Evictions — notification, disputes and actions
  • Regulatory compliance — fair housing, state and city laws and ordinances

Whether you are a first-time landlord or a seasoned pro, the rules, regulations and restrictions that govern the roles and rights of landlords and tenants are complex and ever-changing. Get in touch with The Flanigan Law Group to discuss your specific needs. Call our Irvine office at 800-732-2413 to speak with a lawyer about your rights and obligations as a landlord or contact us online.