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Land Lord & Tenant Law

Landlord-Tenant Lawyer Serving Mobile and Baldwin Counties​

Thousands of Alabama residents have discovered the value of owning commercial or residential rental property. Becoming a landlord can be a smart way to diversify an investment strategy. When you purchase rental property, however, you are effectively launching a small business — one that requires guidance from an experienced attorney who is familiar with federal and Alabama landlord-tenant laws.

The law firm of Friedman, Poole & Friedman, P.C., in Mobile represents both landlords and tenants in commercial and residential matters. We prepare commercial and residential lease or rental agreements, represent landlords and tenants in unlawful detainer, handle eviction and collection cases, and ensure that a landlord's or a tenant's rights under the Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act are protected.

Disputes with tenants can be expensive, even if there is a settlement or judgment in your favor. The best way to avoid disputes is to draft comprehensive rent or lease agreements. We can review the documents you currently use and advise you on any necessary changes.

We can represent individuals who own and rent one or more properties, as well as small and large property management companies. Attorney Joshua D. Friedman has extensive experience and a thorough knowledge of the laws that apply in this practice area.

Consult With A Lawyer Before Evicting A Tenant Or Taking Other Action

It is always wise to speak with a knowledgeable landlord-tenant attorney before acting. We represent landlords in a wide variety of cases, including:
  • Collection of unpaid rent
  • Property damage and withholding a security deposit
  • Lease violations
  • Eviction for nonpayment
  • Landlord's right to enter the property
Tenants are afforded protections under the Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act as well. Our representation of tenants in disputes includes:
  • Wrongful eviction
  • Wrongful withholding of security deposit
  • Breach of the warrant of habitability
  • Lease violations
We welcome the opportunity to review your landlord-tenant situation and recommend the best course of action. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

Friedman, Poole & Friedman, P.C.

Attorneys At Law

257 St. Anthony St.
Mobile, AL 36603
Phone: 251-439-7400
Fax: 251-432-2665
201 S. Cedar St.
Demopolis, AL 36732
Phone: 334-287-0058
Fax: 251-344-5125

Business Hours

by appointment only