Resolving Landlord Tenant Disputes
No place is more important than your home. The right to a safe, livable, and affordable home should not depend on the whims of bad acting landlord or tenant. Our landlord tenant law practice is dedicated to helping small property landlords, homeowners, business owners and protecting the rights of landlords and tenants in Queens County and the surrounding New York City metropolitan region.
Gordon Legal is unique in that we are here ready and available to talk with you to begin the discussion of your landlord tenant problem immediately. This hands-on approach to landlord tenant disputes ensures that the unique aspects of your case gets the individual special attention your landlord tenant case deserves.
If you're tired of dealing with a difficult landlord tenant disputes and want an experienced landlord tenant litigation attorney on your side, you have come to the right place.
Founding attorney and counselor at law, Steven Ben Gordon has worked in the field of law for more than 25 years. He puts an emphasis on communication and personal service in pursuing desired results for each client. His results-focused approach to landlord tenant law benefits clients with all sorts of legal problems involving lease and rental agreement disputes, hearings before arbitrators and mediators, nonpayment summary proceedings, holdover summary proceedings involving monthly holdovers, illegal basement apartments to litigation of uninvited squatters and licensee guests overstaying their welcome as well as illegal lockout hearings and trial advocacy and ultimately obtaining judgments, warrants and evictions.
Gordon Legal will handle the housing court process for you from start to finish. From the initial consultation, drafting legal documents, to arguing on your behalf in court, Gordon Legal will keep you informed every step of the way.
FROM START TO FINISH AT GORDON LEGAL, WE
- Provide an initial free consultation.
- Evaluate pre-litigation strategies and identify client goals.
- Prepare all the legal paperwork for service of process.
- File your legal documents at the court clerk's office.
- Appear in court on your behalf.
- Prepare all paperwork for your day in housing court.
- Present and try your case before the court.
- Communicate with you at every step.