At The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., we represent landlords and tenants involved with forcible detainer actions. If you have questions regarding your rights, you can rely on our experience to guide you.
What Is A Forcible Detainer?
A forcible detainer occurs when a tenant refuses to leave the premises after receiving appropriate notice. The landlord may then pursue a legal action called a forcible detainer. This may involve a court appearance to determine whether or not the tenant has a right to possession. If a court find a tenant does not have a right to possession, the court may order the tenant to vacate within a very short period of time, usually just a few days.
Contact us online or call us at 602-237-5101 to speak with a skilled Phoenix forcible detainer lawyer today.
Assisting Landlords In Maricopa County
As a property owner, it is important to protect your property and have paying tenants stay on the premises. At our firm, we can help you determine whether or not a forcible detainer action is right for you. We can also explain whether or not you are entitled to change the locks and when you can take possession. The rules differ for residential and nonresidential property, so speaking with an experienced lawyer is important for the success of your property claim.
Skilled Guidance For Arizona Tenants
If you are a tenant who has received a notice to vacate or are involved with a forcible detainer action, it is imperative you speak with a knowledgeable landlord-tenant lawyer immediately. You could lose the right to stay in your apartment, home or business location if you do not.
Contact A Skilled Attorney Today For Answers
Speak with a skilled landlord-tenant attorney today regarding your forcible detainer concerns. You can reach our law firm at 602-237-5101. Alternatively, you can contact us online to set up your affordable initial consultation.