Landlord Rights during a Tenant’s Bankruptcy

If you are a landlord, one of your worst nightmares is that one of your tenants will file bankruptcy. However, when you team up with Landlord Support Services, we’ll make sure that you have all the information you need to understand what your rights and responsibilities are. Without proper instruction and help from a professional versed in bankruptcy law, you might make detrimental mistakes.

At Landlord Support Services, our certified representatives are always here to help. We can arm you with knowledge and even help you refute bankruptcy claims made in bad faith. Additionally, the earlier you come to us with your bankruptcy concerns, the more we can do to help you come out of the situation no worse for wear.

Taking the First Steps After a Tenant’s Bankruptcy

If you have reason to believe that one or more of your tenants is planning to file bankruptcy, the best option for you is to try to negotiate some kind of settlement or agreement with the tenant before the bankruptcy goes through. We understand that you might not know how to go about doing that, and that’s why Landlord Support Services is here.

We’ll do anything we can to help you and your tenant come up with a resolution before the bankruptcy so that minimal financial damage comes your way.

If your tenant has already filed for bankruptcy, make sure that you don’t do anything before talking to a professional. At Landlord Support Services, we’ll help you formulate the best course of action without putting you at risk legally for crossing the lines that bankruptcy draws.

Get the Information You Need about Tenant Bankruptcies

Though, as a landlord, you might think you are alone in making your decisions, don’t forget that Landlord Support Services in Utah always has your best interest in mind! Call us today at (801)-439-8339!