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In this age of ultra specialization, the best Knoxville lawyers are still the "the old country attorneys" like Attorney Jack W. Bowers, Esq. His practice areas include family law, personal injury, wills and estates, and tenant and landlord disputes, but you can come to him for any legal matter. Visit our website to see how he can help you.     

Renting out your investment property in Knoxville can be an easy way to earn passive income. But the life of a landlord is now always easy. It can be very stressful especially if you have disputes with your renters. When this happens, contact Knoxville lawyers to assist you and take some of the burden off your shoulders. 
 
As a landlord, you can avoid major disputes by keeping in mind the following tips:
 
Know the law. Of course, it can be hard to self-study. A lawyer can better explain to you your rights and update you if there are any changes with the laws affecting property ownership and tenants.
Communicate. Sometimes, you can easily avoid a dispute by simply talking to a tenant face-to-face. It is important to keep your cool during this time. It will be better if you have your lawyer with you to guide you through the problem.
Settle or arbitrate. Your lawyer can help you decide whether you should just settle with your tenant outside the court or take matters to litigation.
Always document everything. As a landlord, it’s your duty to keep receipts, contracts, agreements, etc. 
 
If you are looking for Knoxville lawyers to help you out with your landlord and tenant disputes, contact Attorney Jack W. Bowers, Esq. You can read about what his previous clients have to say about him here on our website. For a free consultation with Attorney Jack W. Bowers, just call 865-688-4060.
 
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Jack W. Bowers, Attorney & Counselor at Law
(865) 688-4060
4610 Central Avenue Pike
Knoxville TN 37912 US

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