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Protecting Your Investment
If you own a residential or commercial property that you rent out, we know that you are committed to protecting and preserving your investment. At Wakefield Law, we have worked for 30 years in Northern Virginia representing landlords in every aspect of landlord-tenant conflict and litigation. From obtaining legal possession of your property to collecting unpaid rent to suing former tenants for any damage they may have caused, our experienced team is dedicated to getting the best possible result for our clients.
Evicting Problem Tenants
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Under Virginia law, it can be very difficult for a landlord to evict a tenant on their own. At Wakefield Law, we have the experience and the commitment to obtain legal possession for both commercial and residential property owners. We utilize all available legal tools to evict unwanted tenants quickly and obtain judgments for amounts due. Once a judgment is obtained, we proceed swiftly to collect the debt.
For our eviction cases, we typically perform legal services at our hourly rate. Once we obtain legal possession and a judgment, we often collect the judgment on a contingency basis.
Collecting Outstanding Rent and Compensation for Damages
Once we have obtained a judgment, our team at Wakefield Law works tirelessly to help our clients collect what is owed to them. We utilize our experience and dedication to locate debtors, garnish wages and accounts, bring them into court to answer questions and produce documents, and take all necessary legal action to obtain payment. As a property owner, we understand that you have made a significant investment in your rental property. We treat our client's cases as if they were our own, and we are committed to seeing each case through to the end, including collection of outstanding debts.
Give Us a Call for a Free Consultation
If you are a property owner with problem tenants, we would love to speak with you. Give our office a call for a free consultation. We will discuss your situation with you and determine whether Wakefield Law is a good fit for your landlord-tenant matter. Our phone number is 703-771-9740. We look forward to speaking with you!