New York City Eviction Attorney

EXPERIENCED LANDLORD AND TENANT LAWYER IN MANHATTAN

As a Manhattan resident and a Midtown real estate lawyer for the past 30 years, New York City attorney Andrew Spinnell understands the issues at stake in landlord and tenant law. For landlords, a tenant who is not paying rent can mean thousands of dollars lost. For a tenant, a landlord bringing a holdover proceeding can mean a loss of living space and way of life. Stakes are indeed high. Landlords and tenants may contact us now to get the experienced legal attention that your case deserves.

The Law Offices of Andrew J. Spinnell offers a full spectrum of residential and commercial landlord and tenant legal representation and litigation, including holdovers and summary nonpayment proceedings. Over the last 30 years, our legal team has brought the residents of New York a nearly unparalleled level of service. We can help you through any matter relating to landlord tenant law, evictions, commercial litigation, commercial and residential evictions and more.

ABOUT EVICTIONS: LANDLORD & TENANT LAW IN NEW YORK CITY

Tenant and landlord law is a specialized area of focus at our law firm. We are familiar with lawyers, judges and the courts in all five boroughs with summary proceedings, orders to show cause, and holdover and nonpayment evictions and their impact. We go above and beyond our legal duty to assist our clients during a summary proceeding.

We help landlords move through the eviction process swiftly; doing whatever is necessary legally to get you the rent that is rightfully yours or the legal possession that you want. We will guide you personally through all the aspects of the eviction process.

For tenants, we are familiar with the ways in which landlords attempt to get tenants to leave. We use our knowledge to your benefit to defend you during the eviction process, making sure that landlords follow proper eviction process and permit you to remain in your apartment and to make sure you know what is happening all along the way.

To learn more about landlord, tenant and eviction law, contact a New York City attorney from the office.