Nonpayment of Rent Proceedings
As a landlord or investment property owner, you are constantly forced to put your faith in your tenants. When your faith is misplaced, leading to the non-payment of rent by your tenants, you need a lawyer who understands the eviction process and how to help you efficiently and effectively transition from a non-paying tenant into a more acceptable situation.
For nearly 30 years, our attorney at the Law Offices of Stephen P. Rahavy has offered effective rent non-payment assistance to landlords throughout the Dedham, Massachusetts, area. Always mindful of your bottom line, our staff works to help you traverse the eviction process as quickly and painlessly as possible to allow you to move forward with your property and obtain more suitable tenants.
To discuss your rent non-payment concerns, please call 617-451-0700 or contact our office online today.
Representing Residential and Commercial Landlords
Our staff provides diligent support throughout the summary process proceedings leading to an eviction following the non-payment of rent by your tenant. The commercial and residential eviction proceedings are quite similar, so we are able to offer support to landlords operating either type of property, and can address the various details relating to the proceedings, including:
- Service of the 14 day Notice for Nonpayment of Rent
- Representation at the Summary Process trial
- Guidance through the discovery process, if the tenant so chooses
- Ensuring that your landlords rights are protected during the proceedings
As a landlord, the eviction process should be fairly straightforward and swift, provided that you have maintained all necessary ledger records and have adequately tracked payments received or not received during the length of the lease. Our staff strives to help you prove your case and demonstrate your tenant’s violation of the lease agreement, in an effort to move your proceedings along to judgment as quickly as possible.
Contact our office to discuss your eviction or non-payment concerns today.