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Eviction Lawyer Fall River

The eviction process can be very complicated and most landlord to attempt to do this on their own make one or more procedural mistakes and have to start over from the beginning. The process of evictions takes long enough as it is, making procedural mistakes not only cost you time, but money. The lawyers at the Botelho Law Group have had over 20 years of experience in evicting tenants and the managing partner Joseph Botelho has owned and managed over 30 apartments and has the legal and practical experience needed to solve your landlord issues. Many attorneys may understand how to fill out the forms for the eviction process, also known as summary process, but few have had the real-world experience of being a landlord and having to deal with these situations on a personal level.

For the majority of residential tenant evictions, we charge only a flat fee which covers all legal fees, service of process fees, filing fees and going to court to litigate your eviction. Some of evictions are simple and some are extremely difficult, do not get caught up in very expensive legal fees by paying a lawyer by the hour, you get the entire eviction for inexpensive flat fee.

The Botelho Law Group handles a variety of legal issues arising in residential and commercial landlord – tenant legal matters primarily for landlords, although we do represent tenants and tenants’ rights issues in Massachusetts. With over 20 years’ experience in handling evictions in Massachusetts Housing Court, District Court and Rhode Island District Court.

Massachusetts is one of the Country’s “most-tenant” friendly states in one of the most difficult for a landlord to assert his rights in. Most Massachusetts landlords soon learn how difficult it is to evict the tenant, considering the Lords all seem to be set up to protect the tenants and afford the landlord limited or no rights, while providing tenants with a numerous forms of protection from addiction. The attorneys at the Botelho Law Group understand the eviction process and know how to litigate against problematic tenants. We understand that you did not invest thousands of your hard-earned dollars to provide housing for tenants who don’t pay, course problems for other tenants or are engaged in some form of drug or other criminal activity. The lawyers at the Botelho Law group will work hard to resolve your case view.

Furthermore, in Massachusetts being a landlord is very difficult and most do not understand the complex procedural formalities that will landlords must go through to legally protect themselves. Not only will our lawyers help you through the complexities of evicting a tenant, we will also provide our clients services such as drafting leases, helping with tenant screening issues and making sure you run your property legally, as to not fall victim to the many laws that are in place to protect tenants and unjustly prejudiced landlords.

Massachusetts is one of the most tenant friendly states in the United States. If your landlord attempts to evict you from where you’re living, they must follow an extremely difficult road to eviction or they risk violating tenants rights, which has extremely high penalties in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Not only do we defend tenants who are being evicted, but we also litigate for tenants’ rights who are being discriminated against or if your landlord is not properly taking care of one of their obligations such as pest infestations such as bedbugs or fleas, another tenant who is constantly disturbing you or not repairing the property or appliances in your apartment.

If you feel you are being discriminated against for one of the many protected groups in Massachusetts, we can sue your landlord for discrimination. There are a number of protected categories in Massachusetts which that if you are treated differently because of being a member of one of these groups, you have the right to sue for discrimination. The lawyers at the Botelho Law Group have years of experience in representing tenants who have been discriminated against by their landlords.

As we previously stated, the eviction or summary process procedure in Massachusetts is extremely specific and difficult, which most landlord attempting to evict you on their own usually make one or a number of mistakes. In these mistakes is where it’s easiest to obtain leverage against your landlord during the eviction process. Our lawyers know how look for these mistakes and to to take advantage of these mistakes, giving you more time to move or leverage against your landlord.

 

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