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Our Will County Real Estate Attorneys Resolve Landlord/Tenant Issues and Disputes

When renting a home, apartment, or commercial property, there are a variety of issues that can impact the rights of both landlords and tenants. Whether it is a matter of creating leasing agreements, clarifying legal obligations, or handling serious disputes involving evictions, you can trust Sabuco Beck, P.C. to provide the professional guidance you need in these situations. With over 125 years worth of combined experience representing clients in similar matters, our Will County real estate attorneys work to ensure your interests are protected.  

Professional Legal Guidance in Illinois Landlord/Tenant Matters

The Landlord and Tenant Act (765 ILCS 705/5) is just one of several laws designed to guide Illinois tenants and landlords in their rights and obligations. In addition, there are local and federal guidelines that apply as well. It may be tempting to try to cut costs by not consulting with an attorney in these matters, the fact is it could end up costing you significant amounts of time and money in the long run.

At Sabuco Beck, P.C., we have extensive knowledge of the laws that govern all aspects of these transactions, with the experience needed to successfully guide you in the following areas:

  • Construction of both residential and commercial leases;
  • Collection and management of security deposits;
  • Advising on available actions when the terms of a lease are broken by either the landlord or the tenant;
  • Handling investments in leased properties;
  • Enforcement of landlord/tenant obligations in terms of  maintenance and repairs.

Protecting Your Interests In Eviction Proceedings

According to the Will County Sheriff’s Office, there are more than 700 evictions that occur each year in our area, in which a tenant is legally expelled from a residential or commercial property. Eviction is a lengthy, often complicated process which requires specific reasons before notice of termination of the lease or a notice to vacate the premises can be issued.

At Sabuco Beck, P.C., our real estate attorneys help protect the rights of both tenants and landlords in these situations, which often are the result of the following:

  • Non-payment of rent;
  • Lease violations, such as having too many tenants or having a pet;
  • Doing damage to the rental unit or grounds;
  • Engaging in illegal conduct, such as drug use or sales.

Let Our Will County Real Estate Attorneys Assist You

Lease and rental agreements are legally binding contracts which are too important to enter into without professional legal guidance. Call or contact Sabuco Beck, P.C. online and request a consultation with our Will County real estate attorneys to discuss your situation and how we can help.




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Joliet Office

950 Essington Road Suite B
Joliet, IL 60435

Phone : (815) 730-8860

Fax : (815) 730-8865

Minooka Office

500 Bob Blair Road
Minooka, IL 60447

Phone : (815) 467-0270

Fax : (815) 467-0271