Disputes that can arise as a result of tenancy are diverse in nature and often complicated. We are here to help you navigate through the intricacies of all legal aspects of a tenancy whether you are the landlord or the tenant.
Can you help?
At United Solicitors, we know exactly what to do, and we are here to help you do it.
We can help landlords with challenging tasks such as:
- Drafting a tenancy agreement and guarantees
- Setting up a correct and enforceable assured shorthold tenancy (AST)
- Evicting tenants and recovering your premises
- Claiming rent arrears and damages from former tenants, e.g. debt recovery
We can help tenants who face the following problems:
- Landlord is wishing to evict you from the property and has given you notice to vacate.
- Tenant no longer wishes or is able to remain in the property and is seeking to terminate the tenancy
- Unlawful evictions or obstruction to use of the property
- Disrepair of the property – compensation for disrepair and applying for the works to be carried out
- Disputes over return of the deposit
Do I have to take the matter to court?
This depends on the complexity of the dispute. While litigation is always an option, we believe that it should be avoided whenever possible.
Our pragmatic approach allows us to explore and exhaust other avenues – making litigation the last resort.
How much will it cost?
From day one, we will seek to give you outstanding value and keep costs to a minimum. We can discuss with you and offer a range of funding options that may be appropriate to your particular case. Our aim is to ease as much stress and anguish as possible, our team will be on hand to provide support throughout the process.
Why choose us?
We help thousands of clients per year and we will work hard to get you the desired outcome and we will give you clear, jargon-free advice and guidance so you can be in complete control of your case.
How long will it take to resolve?
The answer varies depending on the nature and complexity of the dispute. From the outset, we will give you clear advice and ensure that you are kept fully informed of any issues that may arise when trying to resolve your dispute.