If you are a tenant and your landlord has already hired an attorney, it is probably best for you to do the same.  An attorney can handle the whole case or give you advise on how to stop an eviction.  An attorney can also let you know how likely you are to win your case. 

  • Evictions
  • Subleases
  • Disputes
  • Standard of Living Issues
  • Breach of Contract Actions

Conversely, if you are a landlord, Orabona Law Offices, P.C. can help you with collection of payments, evictions, lease violations and other matters.  Since we also represent tenants we have a firm understanding of potential challenges to our cases and how to best prepare for them.

Contact us at 401-272-0800 for a free confidential consultation with one of our experienced landlord/tenant attorneys.