Landlord / Tenant Law
Have you received an eviction notice directing you to vacate your home?
Or maybe you have been served with court documents alleging "Unlawful Detainer" and you don't know what to do?
Perhaps you are unsure of your rights when confronted with demands from your landlord.
Time is of the essence in these situations and a wrong move can have dire legal consequences.
As every state has different housing laws, it is difficult to do effective legal research on your own in the rapid time frames of Utah eviction law. Relying on misleading information can result in judgments of thousands of dollars that can be garnished from your paycheck for years to come. To make matters worse, you could lose the personal property in your home to your landlord and not be able to get it back.
At Pro-Say, we have spent years of practice in and understand the complexities of Utah eviction law. While not every housing case can result in a win if the law is not on your side, we will at minimum provide advice to ensure you know your rights and any loss is minimized. Our attorneys will give you an honest assessment of your case, not make false promises to incur more fees. Often, just a half hour consultation with our attorneys will ensure you don't make a decision based on bad information which you could regret.
To put it plainly, a small consultation fee with us could save you thousands down the road.
Call us today!