Phoenix Commercial Real Estate Landlord and Tenant Attorney

From developing lease agreements to resolving tenant disputes, the Phoenix commercial real estate landlord and tenant attorneys of Weiss Brown provide personalized legal services tailored to each of our client’s unique needs. Whether you are a landlord or tenant, our lawyers will provide you with comprehensive legal guidance and representation for all your Phoenix real estate needs. Call us at (480) 327-6650 or message us online today for a consultation. 

Why Choose Our Phoenix Commercial Real Estate Landlord and Tenant Attorney?

  • Our Phoenix commercial real estate landlord and tenant attorneys are committed to providing landlord and tenant clients with the highest quality of service while providing practical and cost-effective solutions.
  • We are experienced in all aspects of commercial real estate law and have successfully resolved a wide range of landlord and tenant disputes. 
  • We strive to build long-term relationships with our clients and are dedicated to finding ways to help them achieve their goals in commercial real estate.

Commercial Real Estate Landlord and Tenant Lawyer Services

Drafting Tenancy Agreements

Drafting a tenancy agreement involves outlining the terms and conditions that will govern the relationship between the landlord and the tenant. They require careful consideration and must comply with all applicable laws and regulations. 

Advising on Fair Housing Laws

A commercial real estate landlord and tenant lawyer can advise clients on how to comply with these laws and avoid potential legal issues. Fair housing laws are designed to protect tenants from discrimination based on certain protected characteristics, such as race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, and familial status.

Negotiating Lease Agreements 

Negotiating favorable lease agreements that provide a solid foundation for business operations is critical.

Eviction Proceedings

A commercial real estate landlord and tenant lawyer can advise landlords on the legal grounds for eviction, and the procedures that must be followed. They will also work to minimize the risks and costs associated with eviction proceedings to increase the chances of a successful outcome. In contrast, a commercial real estate landlord and tenant lawyer can provide a tenant with legal guidance and representation during eviction proceedings, including negotiations with the landlord to attempt to reach a mutually beneficial agreement, such as a payment plan or modification of the lease terms.


If you have already signed a lease but are experiencing a problem with your landlord or tenant, it is important to contact an attorney immediately, as applicable laws and the lease agreement require specific types of notice when there is a default. A default can happen, for example, when a tenant fails to pay rent or a landlord fails to keep the property in a state of repair

Representing Clients in Security Deposit Disputes

Security deposit disputes between landlords and tenants can arise for various reasons, such as damage to the property, unpaid rent, or disagreements over the amount of the deposit.

Advising on Tenant Rights

A commercial real estate landlord and tenant lawyer can help tenants understand their rights and negotiate lease agreements that protect their interests. They can also provide guidance and representation in the event of a dispute with the landlord. Similarly, an attorney can help landlords draft lease agreements that protect their interests while also respecting tenant rights.

Weiss Brown Can Help

Our highly-skilled Phoenix commercial real estate landlord and tenant attorney delivers superior quality services. To arrange a consultation, message us online or call Weiss Brown at (480) 327-6650.

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