When choosing a Bronx landlord eviction lawyer, an important consideration in addition to professional expertise is client service and ties to the community. The Bronx attorney firm of Rogers & Rogers, Esq., has provided quality legal services for over 60 years with a particular emphasis on issues pertaining to home ownership.
Last Will and Testament
The difficult time immediately following the death of a loved one can become infinitely more complicated if proper steps are not taken to ensure an orderly transfer of the decedent’s assets. Not every estate is the same; it is important to speak with a qualified attorney as soon as possible. Issues regarding the presence of a will, the validity of the will and the duties of the executor are among the matters to be explored.
Problem tenants, whether involving residential or commercial property, can be among the most frustrating and costly aspects of being a landlord. Despite the horror stories one may have heard or personally experienced, there are ways an eviction can be approached and accomplished that will mitigate the negative and costly effects of that action and allow the landlord to move forward.
In most legal matters, particularly in real estate, the best approach to managing problems is to do all that is possible to prevent them in the first place. Specifically, that necessitates being as proactive and precise as possible in the drafting and negotiating of the real estate contract. Whether the purchase is for a residential property, condominium, cooperative or some type of commercial enterprise, the terms regarding expectations and responsibilities of the parties become instrumental in future issues that may arise.
Probate and Administration of Estates
The existence of a valid will is a seminal consideration in transferring the property of a decedent after their death. The probate of a will or the administration of an estate without a will requires a complete understanding of the facts of the particular case and the relevant legal standards.
Contact a Bronx Landlord Eviction Lawyer for Legal Advice
For experienced legal counsel that places the interests of their clients first and foremost, call Rogers & Rogers, Esq., at (718)994-1640.