Landlord/Tenant Issues

Let our attorneys answer your rental property questions.

When involved in legal issues or disputes pertaining to a lease, it is important to have a lawyer on your side who thoroughly understands the law. In lease law, knowing exactly which responsibilities fall where is confusing and complicated. What a landlord is responsible for varies depending on the lease and on the type of property. A qualified lawyer can explain the important differences and help you take the right legal action.

Brian Schuk, an attorney at our firm, Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP, focuses his practice on landlord/tenant issues. Mr. Schuk is extremely knowledgeable and helps our clients efficiently resolve their legal issues. E-mail or call my office at 262-728-0700 to inquire about representation.


Understanding the Law

We can help you resolve even the most complex issues pertaining to leases. Attorney Brian Schuk is very familiar with Wisconsin Statute 704 and the Department of Agricultural, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), which govern most matters. Click here to learn more about how we represent landlords and tenants.


Mobile Home Complexes and Self-Storage Facilities

Mobile home complexes and self-storage facilities are governed by different rules than other rental arrangements. The primary distinction has to do with how tenants are evicted and the landlords’ rights when eviction is necessary. We assist commercial tenants and landlords in understanding and managing their obligations with respect to the specific laws that affect their interests.

If a self-storage tenant does not pay what is owed and breaches the contract, the law offers broader protection in the method available to collect what is owed. After giving a tenant notice and filing in court, landlords may be able to seize and sell the property found in the units of negligent tenants.


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At Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP, we provide knowledgeable and effective representation for our clients. We have office hours on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact us to discuss your case.
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