Tenant advocacy is much more than just litigation. It ranges from writing a letter to your landlord on your behalf or answering a complaint brought against you to collect past rent to negotiating a settlement for property damages.
In order to determine what type of advocacy you need we recommend completing a Legal Diagnostic™ first. That way you will only pay for the services you need.
Legal Advocacy may include:
- Request for Repairs
- Negotiated Early Termination
- Documenting a Dispute
- Responding to a Complaint
- Negotiating a Settlement for Property Damage
- Demanding the Return of Your Deposit
- A Letter Outlining Your Rights
- Objections to Your Deposit Accounting
- Negotiating New Lease Terms
- Request for the Return of Your Holding Fee
- Collective Bargaining with Multiple Tenants