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Grays Harbor County Landlord Eviction Lawyer

Protecting Landlords' Rights

Lease agreements are legal contracts. Renters have an obligation to pay rent on time and abide by the terms and provisions of the agreement. Violating rules about no smoking, no pets or use of the space often have a serious negative impact on the property owner's investment. Owners of commercial and multi- or single-family rental units in the state of Washington have the right to enforce lease agreements with their renters, in order to protect their financial interests.

"My reputation is the best advantage and benefit you get when you hire my law firm. When I walk into court, the judge already knows of my record, my in-depth understanding of the law and my commitment to ethical representation to enforce the property owner's rights." Attorney David Hatch

Let Us Handle The Paperwork And Complex Details

Serving an unlawful detainer or eviction notice to a renter is time consuming and frustrating. It makes financial sense to turn the entire process over to an experienced attorney. If you are a property owner or management company in Grays Harbor County or Pacific County, Washington, and are seeking effective eviction services, call The Law Office of David Hatch, Inc., in Montesano. As a lawyer with more than 20 years of litigation experience, Mr. Hatch understands that your goal is to resolve the matter as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

Grays Harbor County Landlord Eviction Attorney

From offices in Montesano, The Law Office of David Hatch represents property owners in communities throughout Grays Harbor County and Pacific County, Washington. Call toll free at 800-219-0512 or use our convenient email contact form to schedule an initial consultation.

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