On this week’s #TuesdayTips article, the attorneys at ERA Law Group, LLC want to stress the importance of obtaining a well drafted lease for your rental property. As landlords you are entrusting a tenant or multiple tenants with taking care of your property and timely paying rent. Despite your best investigative skills you may end up with tenants that are the opposite of what they seem on paper and ultimately destroy your property, fail to pay rent, or some other violation. What do you do?
Many people find themselves in a precarious situation when their spouse, parent, sibling, friend, etc. are no longer able to feed themselves regularly, pay their bills, see the doctor, and generally not take care of their person or finances. When a person is no longer able to appropriately care for themselves or manage their property, it is important to ensure that they are protected. When a person will not or cannot voluntarily seek assistance on their own, you may have to request the Court to intervene in order to ensure their safety.