Representing landlords in Alexandria and beyond
We represent commercial and residential landlords throughout Northern Virginia, assisting them with the full range of legal issues they may face, including—
When your tenants fail to pay their rent or engage in behavior that violates the terms of their leases, you need a lawyer with experience handling evictions. Jeffrey Vogelman has more than two decades of experience in landlord-tenant law. He has handled residential and commercial evictions in many areas of Northern Virginia.
Every business needs space in which to operate. Mr. Vogelman provides experienced, efficient, and effective services for landlords of commercial real estate throughout Northern Virginia. He has handled the drafting of numerous commercial real estate agreements, including both leases and contracts for purchase or sale. He is well-versed in all of the following:
- Commercial and residential lease negotiations
- Drafting of commercial and residential leases
- Review of commercial and residential leases
- Negotiating commercial and residential contracts for purchase or sale of rental property.
- Conducting due diligence on tenant issues and the building itself
The Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (VRLTA) establishes the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants in the Commonwealth. Only the courts can enforce those rights and responsibilities. That is why landlords need to be represented by skillful counsel who will fight to preserve their rights in disputes. Mr. Vogelman has the skill and determination to do the best for his clients. He also handles bankruptcy law on behalf of creditors. His in-depth knowledge of both landlord representation and bankruptcy make him highly qualified to protect the rights of landlords in bankruptcy proceedings.
Exceptional service, exceptional value
Manage your properties with the help of attorneys Jeffrey A. Vogelman, James D. Turner, and associates in Northern Virginia. Call us for quality service at reasonable rates. We serve individuals and businesses throughout Fairfax and Prince William counties. Call us at (703) 836-3400 or fill out our convenient online contact form. We look forward to discussing your case with you.