Forcible Entry and Detainer

While the majority of landlord-tenant relationships function without much trouble or legal problems, occasionally, these relationships may break down.  In some cases, a tenant may fail to pay rent or abide by the terms of the lease.  Or perhaps, the landlord merely wishes to allow a lease to end by its own terms or terminate a month to month tenancy.  If the tenant will not voluntarily turn over possession of the rental to the landlord and vacate, the landlord may be forced to evict the tenant by bringing a “forcible entry and detainer” lawsuit.

If you are a tenant who feels you have been wrongfully evicted it is crucial that you contact an attorney today in order to determine your rights.  Contact us immediately for a consultation. We will need to see a copy of your lease and any eviction notices you have received in order to determine whether or not you have rights to the property.

If you are a landlord who needs to remove a tenant from the premises, contact us today to assist you with the process.  There are procedural rules that must be carefully observed when evicting a tenant.  Contact us for a free consultation. We will need to see a copy of the tenant’s lease in order for us to assist you through the complicated Wyoming statutory procedures of “forcible entry and detainer,” commonly known as eviction.

Our attorneys can provide you with some of the following services:

  • Eviction (Forcible Entry and Detainer)
  • Notice to Quit
  • Security Deposit recovery
  • Lease drafting and review
  • Landlord consultation
  • Commercial leases
  • Landlord/Tenant issues

 

Note: these listed services are just examples of the numerous services that can be provided by our firm.  This is not intended to be a complete list of all the services we can provide for your eviction or rental needs.  Contact one of our lawyers today with any questions or for a free consultation.