Glen Burnie Eviction Attorneys
Providing Skilled Guidance for Landlords & Tenants
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, you have certain rights and protections under state and federal law. We represent individuals on both sides of the eviction process and a dedicated to protecting your best interests, whether that be staying in your home or protecting your investment. Evictions can be a useful tool when handled correctly or a nightmare if the proper procedures are not followed. Our firm is here to help you.
Evictions can occur for a number of reasons, including:
- Failing to pay rent on time or at all
- Breach of the lease agreement
- Refusing to leave after lease expiration
Ward & Co Law can help you review all documents and contracts to proceed with an eviction, if a tenant is found non-compliant. Our Glen Burnie eviction lawyers can also assist tenants when a landlord is found to be negligent or taking inappropriate eviction actions against you.
Protect your best interests. Call (410) 775-5955 today.
In Maryland, evictions must be carried out under the guidance of the Sheriff’s Department after a landlord has notified the tenant of eviction proceedings, by mail, at least 14 days before the proposed eviction date. The landlord must also post a Notice of the date seven days before the eviction and retain the certificate of mailing and Affidavit for Posting.
The entire process must be in compliance with local and state laws that govern how any personal property is removed from the premises as well as what documents and notices must be drafted. This is why it is vital that you have an experienced Glen Burnie landlord/tenant lawyer to oversee every part of the eviction process.
Our experience, efficient, and knowledgeable Glen Burnie real estate attorneys are well-versed in the process and will help guide you. Call (410) 775-5955 to schedule a free initial consultation today.