Arizona Landlord Representation
We understand how important your property is to you and the complications that can arise when you rent that property. It is because of this that we have streamlined our procedures to ensure you a fast and effective means of dealing with all tenant problems.
Whether you have a tenant who is not paying rent or one who is not complying with the community guidelines, we can guide you through the legal steps necessary to resolve the problem. While tenant problems are an unfortunate aspect of renting property, our real estate attorneys, staff, forms and computer system can together ensure that you have the legal tools to effectively deal with them.
Looking for an Eviction Attorney in the Phoenix Area?
Our firm handles evictions relating to single family homes, apartment communities, manufactured housing communities and R.V. parks as well as commercial properties. These actions are either filed in Justice Court or Superior Court depending on the facts underlying your case. We do not limit our practice to any one county and can usually handle an eviction anywhere in Arizona. Manufactured housing communities should also look at the separate page on this site dedicated to them.
Fair Housing Cases
For over twenty years members of the firm have represented landlords in both administrative fair housing investigations and in court actions alleging housing discrimination. Mike Parham has served as court appointed mediator in both state court fair housing cases and in a major class action suit in the U.S. District Court against a large housing provider.
Call Us at (480) 994-4732 to discuss your Landlord Tenant matter!
NOTE: Elsewhere on this site are common forms that you will need if you manage residential rental property. Please note: Access to forms requires Client Login. You will need a username and password to log in. Contact us at (480) 994-4732, if you have forgotten, or do not have, a username and password. If you have any questions regarding our forms, please contact one of our staff-members.
Also note that the information contained on this site is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship with the user. Landlord-tenant laws are always changing and are subject to interpretation. You should always consult one of our attorneys before taking any action. For further information, see Disclaimer (below).
IMPORTANT: Seek the advice of a licensed attorney before using any forms contained on this site. Forms are provided to our clients, to be used under the guidance and instruction of an attorney. Williams, Zinman & Parham P.C. is not providing legal advice by posting forms on our website for use by our clients. Our firm disclaims any responsibility for any forms used incorrectly, used by unauthorized parties, or used in violation of any state or federal law. Before taking any legal action, including sending notices, it is important that you seek the guidance of a licensed attorney to address the specific facts of your situation to ensure compliance with relevant law.
- Post Judgment Proceedings
- Rules for Evictions
- Eviction Appeals
- Aug. 2010 Recent Statutory Changes
- Jan. 2011 – Potential Liability at Trustee’s Sale