75 years of combined legal experience, and extensive practice in New Jersey landlord-tenant law.
Effective Solutions in Landlord / Tenant Law
Residential and Commercial Leases and Disputes
Both property owners and their tenants maintain certain rights under New Jersey law and terms of the lease agreement. We strive to settle conflicts out of court when possible, but we are prepared to take aggressive legal action to protect the interests of our clients.
Free initial consultation: (732) 774-1212
Veteran trial lawyers Nestor Winters, Brian Winters, and Michael Wenning offer more than 75 years of combined legal experience, and extensive practice in New Jersey landlord-tenant law. They defend both tenant rights and landlord rights for clients in Monmouth, Ocean, and Middlesex counties.
Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C. negotiates and prepares both residential leases and commercial lease agreements. Our attorneys possess deep knowledge of landlord-tenant law, and their experience in handling lease disputes enables them to anticipate potential conflicts and address them in clear, unambiguous language.
When disputes arise (failure to pay rent, violation of lease terms), we commence eviction proceedings and follow through to see that tenants are removed in a fair but timely manner. Many of our commercial clients contract with Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C. by monthly or annual retainer. Contact us to discuss your legal needs.
Legal Advocacy for Tenants
We represent tenants in a variety of different circumstances, including the return of security deposits. (Landlords are not allowed to keep deposits for unspecified damage or as compensation for inability to re-let the space.) Our attorneys also have represented tenants in actions for eviction, Marini hearings, and illegal lockouts. For an explanation of your tenant rights, contact the landlord-tenant lawyers of Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C. today.
Call 732.774.1212 for experienced and qualified representation by an established New Jersey firm with over 60 years of legal service to the community.