In addition to family law and estate planning, James Strupe Law has a diverse background and can assist clients with many other professional and legal needs.
Landlord & Tenant Issues
A landlord-tenant attorney specializes in the legal issues surrounding landlord and tenant rights and is a valuable resource for you when you need it most.
Legal expertise can guide even the most prepared landlord through the challenges of managing one specific issue or working with several different rental properties.
From drafting a lease agreement to processing an eviction, Jim can help you navigate the legal side of being a landlord.
If your landlord serves you with a termination notice that you intend to fight, hiring a lawyer can increase your chance of success.
Jim works with both landlords and people facing eviction. Because of his knowledge on landlord-tenant matters and his ability to see both sides of these legal issues, Jim is able to quickly help tenants fight a wrongful eviction or termination.
If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, you may be wondering whether or not you should hire a criminal defense attorney.
There are a lot of things to consider, and often the primary worry is cost. This is a fair concern to have, considering that attorney fees can be expensive.
For all clients, Jim will sit down with you and walk you through the process. Your first consultation is always free.
When starting a business, there are many different entities to choose from. Navigating the forms and requirements of legal documents that are involved can take quite a bit of time.
James Strupe Law will be helpful in determining which form best suits your needs and will ensure all legal requirements are met in creating an appropriate business entity.
Whether you are offering or being asked to execute a contract, Jim's diligent focus and attention to detail are put to great use.
With each contract, it’s important to understand what you’re getting yourself into or out of. You’ll need to determine whether the contract’s terms are clear, fair, and tailored to your specific needs. Jim may also point out provisions for which renegotiation is desirable.