Committed Representation For Landlord-Tenant Cases
Owning and managing rental properties in the Miami area has plenty of challenges, and can often escalate into legal matters. When this happens, you want to be sure you are getting the results you deserve from someone who is focused on your goals. Thankfully, you can find the help you are looking for at Adrian Acosta, P.L.L.C.
I am Florida attorney Adrian Acosta, a committed and skilled lawyer who has been serving the needs of the Miami area for more than 15 years. My commitment to my community is reflected in my method of representation for my clients. I always prioritize the needs of my clients, including landlords facing complex legal issues, which is why many people come to me specifically in this area of legal matters. As an attorney with significant trial experience, I am adept at resolving these cases both out of court and in court.
How I Help Landlords
There are many different challenges that can arise for landlords and that can lead to the wrong outcome in any case. Representing yourself through any case can leave you vulnerable to considerable legal consequences and even cost you considerable time, money and energy. As your legal representation, you can rely on me to help you through challenges like:
- Tenants not paying rent
- Terminating month-to-month tenants
- Initiating evictions
- Noncompliance with leases
- Unlawful Detainer / Squatters
I can also help you draft, review and update any contracts while looking out for possible issues before they become a problem for you. My goal is to utilize the full scope of my skills to resolve your legal issues in a swift and effective manner. With my help, you can be sure that your case is in good hands, and that I will give it all of the time and attention that it deserves.
Get The Representation You Deserve
If you are ready to meet with a lawyer that you can count on throughout any of your landlord-tenant issues, contact Adrian Acosta, P.L.L.C., today. Call me at 305-701-9566 or email me here to schedule your initial consultation and take the first step in protecting your best interests.