When a landlord-tenant dispute arises, each side is going to think that he or she is in the right. These disputes can be about minor issues or major problems, but in either case, but sides are going to need to handle the matter at hand in a professional manner. Otherwise, they risk creating an even bigger problem.
This doesn't always happen though. Sometimes, tenants are so troublesome that the landlord is left with difficult decisions to make. This may mean that an eviction is in the cards, and if so, you need to make sure you go about the process in the right way. The eviction process can be more complex than it sounds, and if you make any missteps, your tenant (or former tenant) could have legal recourse.
Landlord-tenant law in Chicago (and the entire state of Illinois) is always changing, and this means it can be very easy to make a misstep as a landlord. Even if you have a really good case -- or think you have a really good case -- against your tenant, it is best to have the legal support you need during an eviction or when you are considering taking action against a troublesome tenant.
In this regard, please consider Bradford Miller Law. We have experienced and knowledgeable attorneys that can help landlords deal with legal issues that are incredibly important to them and their success going forward. Don't let a critical landlord-tenant dispute slip into chaos -- get an attorney as soon as possible.