Hackleman, Olive & Judd is widely recognized for its ability to resolve complex disputes between landlords and tenants. Our firm has a dedicated team of real estate attorneys who are committed to protecting and advocating for the rights and interests of our clients. We represent landlords and tenants in a wide array of lease matters and disputes, including:
- Drafting and negotiating leases;
- Lease interpretations;
- Breach of lease agreements;
- Unpaid rent;
- Landlord overcharges;
- Property damage claims;
- Common Area Maintenance Charges (CAM);
- Security breaches; and
- Eviction matters
Every Fort Lauderdale real estate dispute attorney at our firm has a thorough understanding of the laws and statutes in Florida that regulate the relationships between landlords and tenants. We leverage this knowledge to help our clients draft and negotiate detailed lease arrangements that avoid future legal issues and accurately set forth the rights and obligations of the parties.
When conflicts arise in connection with a lease, our attorneys work closely with our clients to develop creative solutions that resolve the dispute in a quick and cost-efficient manner. If an effective resolution cannot be achieved through negotiation, our attorneys are well-prepared to vigorously pursue the matter in court or settle the dispute through mediation or arbitration.