Review of lease/rental agreement
Court, service and sheriff's costs vary and are billed separately. This flat fee assumes that all required notices are already served on tenant(s), but assistance with service is available upon request. If your case is more complex, the cost of representation may be higher.
The legal team of Olympic Legal provides vigorous and effective representation to persons involved in landlord-tenant disputes. We have defended the rights of both landlords and tenants in Washington since 1999 related to evictions in single-family homes, multi-family dwellings, mobile home parks, and commercial properties.
Landlords have the right to have the rent paid on time and if rent is unpaid, they may evict tenants in a proceeding called ‘unlawful detainer.’ Landlords must follow certain mandatory procedures: “self-help” eviction tactics are not permitted under the WA Landlord Tenant Residential Act and the Manufactured/Mobile Home Landlord-Tenant Act. Landlords have certain duties, too - they must maintain the rental homes so that they are fit for human habitability, i.e. proper water, plumbing, heating, structural soundness.
Landlords must also do basic repairs and control pests. Once the tenants have moved out, landlords must return the tenants' security deposit and must account for any withheld funds within the statutorily period.
From our office conveniently located in Uptown in Anacortes, we are prepared to defend the rights of parties involved in landlord and tenant matters in Skagit, Island, Whatcom and King County. We are ready to assist landlords seeking to enforce their rights to rent. We are prepared to help tenants to enforce their rights to healthful living quarters or prompt return of their security deposit.
CONTACT A SKAGIT EVICTION LAWYER FOR HELP
At Olympic Legal, we can help with most eviction challenges you might face, from drafting all required court documents to representation in unlawful detainer hearings.
Time is of the essence in most unlawful detainer cases. Call us at 360.630.3635 and put an experienced Skagit eviction lawyer to work.