Landlord-Tenant & Evictions

Having a lease tenant in Nebraska or Iowa presents many legal issues that must be addressed by landlords.  Thompson Law Office guides landlords of commercial and residential properties in managing their relationships with tenants at all stages of a lease, from negotiation to execution, and administration to lease termination.  The law firm assists with residential and commercial eviction cases in Nebraska and Iowa. Thompson Law Office provides legal counsel that assists landlords and lenders to make appropriate decisions in terminating a lease agreement.

Landlord-Tenant Law Practice Areas

Thompson Law Office provides practical advice and passionate advocacy in a variety of landlord-tenant issues, including:

  • Drafting and negotiation of commercial leases and residential leases
  • Interpretation of existing lease agreements
  • Lawful termination of lease agreements when a tenant is in default or breach of the contract
  • Three-day notices to quit
  • Eviction proceedings in court
  • Recovery of damages and replevin lawsuits
  • Collections efforts for payment of delinquent and past due lease accounts, through negotiation, litigation, judgment, garnishment, and execution upon real estate, personal property, bank accounts and wages

Thompson Law Office provides a variety of services to assist Nebraska and Iowa landlord clients in the leasing of their premises.  We also assist existing businesses that may need employment agreements, contracts for the sale of goods or services, and lease agreements, land purchase agreements or land contracts for the acquisitions of new or additional real estate or office, retail or industrial space.

Looking for Landlord-Tenant Law Legal Assistance?

For more information or to schedule a consultation with a Nebraska or Iowa landlord-tenant and evictions law attorney, contact Thompson Law Office.  You may chat live with a representative or initiate a phone call with Thompson Law Office immediately by using the buttons on the bottom of this screen.

Free legal information about landlord-tenant law in Nebraska

You may also find the following free legal resources useful as you decide which lawyer to consult about your Nebraska landlord-tenant law matter.  These brochures were prepared by the Nebraska State Bar Association:

American Apartment Owners Association Updates
This information is from the American Apartment Owners Association and should not be interpreted as legal advice. Thompson Law Office disclaims any responsibility for the quality or accuracy of the information.

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