Civil Litigation


Representing Landlord & Tenants in Fayetteville, NC & Beyond

You have a legal right to go to civil court to seek restitution if you believe you have been wronged. Finding quality representation for your case is essential. Our attorney and staff work diligently to gain a full understanding of your needs and situation. It is our goal to help you fight for your right to reasonable treatment. We serve clients in Fayetteville, NC, and surrounding communities in Cumberland, Hoke, Scotland, and Robeson Counties.

Know Your Rights As A Landlord

Are you a landlord with a tenant who refuses to comply with the terms of the lease agreement and you are unsure about how to move forward with eviction? An action in Summary Ejectment may feel daunting to many landlords who are unfamiliar with the proper procedure on how to evict a problematic tenant. Fortunately, our firm is well-equipped to represent your interests as a landlord from start to finish. We can handle everything from initiating the eviction action to assisting you with the final accounting of your tenant’s security deposit. We understand the importance of getting it right the first time, so please contact our office today.

Your Rights As A Tenants

As a tenant in North Carolina, you have a right to habitable housing and you are protected from any self-help measures a landlord takes to forcibly evict you. If you believe that your rental has habitability issues and your landlord is refusing to make necessary repairs, you may have a claim for rent abatement. If you believe your landlord is attempted to forcibly evict you by changing your locks or cutting off your utilities, we may be able to help. Contact us today to learn more about your rights as a tenant.

Your rights and needs matter. To schedule your initial consultation and learn more about our civil litigation services, please call us today at 910-339-1880.

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