Rollins Law Group has represented landlords throughout Marion County and Hamilton County in hundreds of eviction lawsuits and compliance matters.

Below is a list of services we offer:

  • Evictions
  • Emergency Eviction Petitions
  • Collections
  • Lease Drafting/review
  • Lease Disputes
  • Health & Hospital Complaints and compliance matters

Rely on Rollins Law Group to help with your tenant disputes

Many legal issues can arise from a landlord-tenant disputes.  While some legal issues are clear cut in Indiana, some matters are highly dependent on the circumstances.  Matters that regularly appear are:

  • Can a tenant withhold rent or receive a setoff for repairs the tenant made to the property?
  • Can a landlord access the property without authority from the tenant?
  • What restrictions are there on the application of the security deposit?
  • When must a landlord allow a tenant to break a lease?
  • Is a 10-day notice to vacate required before filing for eviction?

When a dispute arises with a tenant or you need to start eviction proceedings, you can depend on Rollins Law Group.  The Indiana Code on landlord-tenant relationships is highly complex. A landlord’s miscalculation on a situation can prove to be extremely costly.  Therefore, landlords are best served to speak with an experienced real estate attorney who is knowledgeable in Indiana’s landlord-tenant laws. If you need help regarding a matter on your rental property, or have a general landlord question, please call 317-558-9677 or contact us for a free consultation.

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