When you find yourself facing an OVI charge in Ohio, it is essential to seek out legal counsel from an experienced attorney like Susan Gwinn Law. With years of experience handling OVI cases, we have t…Read More
Whether you are a landlord wanting guidance on how to handle a difficult situation, or if you’re a tenant who needs assistance with a landlord, Susan Gwinn Law has the knowledge and experience to fight your case professionally and reliably. Susan Gwinn offers real estate law services throughout southeastern Ohio, including the counties of Athens, Hocking, Jackson, Meigs, and Vinton — call today for a consultation, or continue reading to learn more about your rights.
The details of the tenant-landlord relationship, and the requirements of both the tenant and the landlord, should be listed in the lease agreement that is signed at the beginning. A lease will typically include information like the names of everyone involved, the address, security deposit, the rent amount, dates that rent must be paid, and a variety of other details. Breaking the lease, or not adhering to its contents, may require a lawyer to help mitigate the situation.