Navigating Landlord-Tenant Disputes Without Jeopardizing Your Bottom Line

Landlord-tenant relationships, like any other business relationship, can become rocky. Each party has expectations of the other. In the commercial context especially, both parties may have significant amounts of money at stake. The best way to protect your financial interests is by involving a trusted attorney early on, before the conflict escalates.

At Brummund Law Office in Milwaukee, we represent residential landlords, commercial landlords and commercial tenants in all types of legal disputes. Our attorney draws on in-depth knowledge of Wisconsin landlord-tenant law — as well as a robust background in business law and litigation — to create effective strategies for advancing your objectives. We're sensitive to handling these disputes in a way that won't jeopardize your bottom line.

Whether your case requires going to court, pursuing mediation or negotiating an out-of-court resolution, you can rely on lawyer Walt Brummund to protect your interests.

Guidance On All Types Of Disagreements

Attorney Walter Brummund has a thorough understanding of local, state and federal laws and ordinances that apply to the rights of both renters and landlords. He can analyze your situation as it pertains to:

  • Unpaid rent
  • Disputes over the interpretation of lease provisions
  • Breach of a lease
  • Disputes regarding who is responsible for repairs
  • Disputes regarding the scope or performance of repairs
  • Disputes involving the tenant's right to withhold rent
  • Security deposit disputes
  • Lease terminations
  • Evictions

We'll Handle Your Case With Care

Communication, respect and excellence in client service are at the heart of all we do. At our firm, you will work one-on-one with Mr. Brummund, who will go out of his way to ensure a satisfying outcome.

To meet with a lawyer who treats your concerns as seriously as you do, call 414-988-3382 or use the online contact form. Your initial consultation is free.

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