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If you select your tenants properly you shouldn’t need a lawyer.
If you treat your tenants well you shouldn’t need a lawyer.
If you treat your problems with tenants as exercises in collaborative problem solving you shouldn’t need a lawyer.
If you understand that your tenants are your most valuable assets you shouldn’t need a lawyer.
The truth is that lawyers are expensive and a drain on your revenue and usually are not necessary.
There are some times when a landlord does need a lawyer.
The founding partner of Landlord Relief is a Toronto lawyer with many years of experience as a small landlord. Lawyers can help you in two ways:
1. Taking over your problem and helping you achieve what you need to achieve. Examples include:
If a lawyer does it for you it will be expensive and you may not get better results.
2. Giving you clear counselling on how to deal with the problem yourself
It never ceases to amaze us how many people we have helped with legal “counselling”.
It’s less expensive and often more effective. Paid legal counselling appointments (either over the phone (from anywhere) or in the office (Toronto area) are available on request.
Sorry, but no free discussions! They simply take too long.
Fees: $500 per hour, billed in 15 minute increments with a half hour ($250 minimum)