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Termination of Lease

Tenant Advocacy: Lease Termination

Are you tired of feeling trapped in your lease agreement? Or do you refuse to be bullied into walking away from your lease when you don't want to move? It's time to assert your rights and regain control of your rental situation.

At our law firm, we are fully committed to advocating for tenants like yourself and ensuring that you have the freedom to terminate your lease without being trapped or coerced out of your rental home against your will. We understand the importance of empowering you to make decisions about your living situation and will work tirelessly to protect your rights. We protect you from living in fear of the unknown, allowing you to truly make your rental a home.

Lease termination can be a complex process that depends on the terms of your written lease, if any, and your specific circumstances. Our mission is to protect your rights and guide you through the process of terminating your lease for various reasons, or if you have been informed by the landlord of their intent to terminate the lease.

So, how does a landlord typically inform a tenant of their intent to terminate the lease? Usually, the landlord will send the tenant a 30-day notice, a 15-day notice, a seven-day notice, or inform the tenant that they intend to sell the premises. They may also alert the tenant that there will be no renewal of the lease. Please note that this does not include three-day notices, as tenants who receive a three-day notice should be focused on eviction rights.

We understand that lease termination can be overwhelming and intimidating. That's why we're here to support you every step of the way. Our experienced team will ensure that your rights are upheld, providing knowledgeable and experienced guidance and representation throughout the lease termination process.

Don't let your leasehold you back from finding a better living situation or being treated fairly by your landlord. Take control of your rental journey and let us be your advocates. 

Contact us online or by calling (407) 294-9959 to o discover your options and let us fight for your rights. Together, we will create a tenant-friendly environment where your needs are prioritized, and your rental truly becomes the home you deserve.

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