Lease Negotiation Attorney in Miami
Are You a Business Owner Dealing with Difficult Times?
During the COVID-19 shutdown, business owners everywhere were required
to limit or cease operations to comply with government mandates. All the
while, many were expected to continue paying rent on leases with no revenue
to rely on. Difficult times such as these have compelled many business
owners to consider the options available to them when it comes to negotiating
new leases or renegotiating existing ones.
Wesoloski Carlson, P.A. can provide the legal advice and services business
owners need to review and negotiate terms of their leases. You may wish
to work out new payment structures, due dates, amenities, and adjust liabilities
to align better with your business as it may or may not be operating on-site
during this time. Our lease negotiation attorney in Miami can look over
your current lease and help you determine ways in which you can amend
obligations between you and your landlord.
Get in touch with us at Wesoloski Carlson, P.A. today to schedule a free
initial consultation with our lawyer. We may be able to help you negotiate
terms of your commercial release that are more favorable to your interests
during these challenging times.
Contact us online or call
(800) 449-4850 for more information.
We Can Review & Renegotiate Your Contract
Commercial leases can be complex documents consisting of dozens of information-dense
pages laden with legal terminology most people don’t understand.
For this reason alone, you should always consult with a lease negotiation
attorney in Miami before you sign. Doing so can help you feel more confident
about understanding exactly what’s expected of you and your landlord
in this extremely important contract.
Our attorney at Wesoloski Carlson, P.A. can help you understand and negotiate
terms for the following and more:
- Length of a lease
- General expectations and liabilities
- Improvement allowances
- Leasehold improvement charges
- Cost-of-living rent increases
- Tenant parking privileges
- Common area maintenance charges
- Guest policies
- Onsite security matters