Leasing Attorney In Orange County

At the Law Office of Drew Petersen, I represent landlords in residential leasing matters, and landlords and tenants in commercial real estate matters. I can advise you on a broad range of leasing matters, including drafting and negotiating leases, lease amendments, unlawful detainers and litigation involving breach of lease, fraud and other issues. Before signing a lease, it is important to have it reviewed by an attorney who is experienced in drafting and reviewing lease agreements. I can scrutinize your documents to make sure that your lease is free from unfavorable terms and so you are aware of all of your rights and obligations.

Commercial Lease Negotiations

Leases are often negotiable. Before signing a lease, it is possible to identify terms you find unfavorable and to attempt to negotiate better terms or gain concessions.

I am knowledgeable in the current real estate market and can help you understand if you are getting a good deal, or if there is room for improvement. I can negotiate on your behalf and guide you to a successful outcome.

Leasing Disputes

If you are engaged in a lease dispute, I can help you pursue a successful outcome through strong negotiation or litigation.

Talk To An Attorney About Leasing Issues

I can provide you with the legal guidance you need to enter into a lease agreement with confidence. Contact my law office today online or by telephone at 714-569-0043 to arrange a free initial consultation with a leasing lawyer serving clients in Orange County and throughout Southern California.

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