Effective Representation For Landlords In Eviction Proceedings And Tenant Disputes

As a landlord, you have the right to expect that your tenants will comply with the terms of the lease agreement. Breaches of the lease — especially failure to pay rent — are costly and burdensome.

At The Levey Law Firm, a Miami-based law firm, we seek to alleviate some of those burdens. Our attorneys are strong advocates for landlords. We can help you take advantage of the legal tools available to seek recourse — for example, by pursuing:

  • Eviction proceedings for nonpayment of rent or material breach
  • Disputes over damage deposits
  • Specific performance to compel the other party to comply with the terms of the agreement
  • Double rent claims against holdover tenants
  • Collection efforts for damages

Our clients include residential and commercial landlords. We serve local property owners in Florida as well as those based out-of-state or abroad.

Enforcing Your Rights | Collecting What You're Owed

Our firm works closely with property owners who have problems with difficult tenants. The Florida eviction process requires adherence to detailed technical requirements. With many decades of legal experience — including experience covering all of Florida's 67 counties — our lawyers are well-versed in the technicalities of the process.

When your financial interests are at stake, every day counts. We take proactive steps to move cases through the system as quickly, efficiently and effectively as possible.

As is frequently the case, once these tenants have been evicted or move out (sometimes secretly and without a forwarding address), you may be stuck with thousands of dollars in damages. At this point, we coordinate our real estate work with our debt collection practice to secure full legal recourse — including unpaid rent, expenses, deficiencies and damage reimbursement.

Learn more about our legal services for rental property owners: call 305-672-5007 or send us an email. You can expect a prompt response from our legal team.