Dallas Landlord/Tenant Issues Lawyer
Representation for Landlords and Tenants
To avoid disputes, the details of the relationship between landlords and tenants should be clearly stated in a well-written lease. A well-written lease is the first opportunity to avoid disputes. But, unfortunately, even when the terms of a lease are carefully detailed, disputes may still arise between landlords and tenants. When this happens, an experienced lawyer can help enforce the terms of the lease or take necessary actions to protect the rights of either party.
I am Marty D. Price, Attorney at Law, and I have more 29 years of experience representing clients in residential and commercial real property disputes throughout Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and the surrounding communities. I represent clients whose disputes stem from:
- A breach of the lease or rental agreements
- Early lease termination
- Eviction proceedings
- Wrongful eviction
- Collection of past-due or overdue rent
- Negotiating a fair and reasonable rental amount
- Maintenance obligations of the landlord
- Return of deposit
Because I have experience representing both landlords and tenants, I have an in-depth understanding of the process and I know what problems are likely to arise. During my years of practice, I have had experience creating, reviewing and drafting contracts in several areas of law and bring that experience to my real estate clients.
When I represent clients, I take the time to carefully examine every detail of the situation. In landlord/tenant disputes, this can mean combing through every word of an agreement to make sure every detail is clearly spelled out. For clients who are in the process of drafting leases or agreements, I can help prevent problems down the road, avoiding typical or known pitfalls with lease drafting. For clients who are already involved in a dispute, I can help determine where the disagreement stemmed from and what options are available for resolution.