Landlord Tenant Attorneys Mount Holly, NJ Depends On

Greenblatt, Lieberman, Richards & Weishoff, LLC | New Jersey Eviction & Real Estate Attorneys

With over 50 years of experience in representing New Jersey landlords, Greenblatt, Lieberman, Richards & Weishoff, LLC is a New Jersey eviction law firm that has earned respect and confidence in the community. Our mission is not only to assist landlords with traversing the legal landscape of landlord-tenant law in New Jersey but more importantly, to help our landlords build a robust and thriving rental portfolio.


Our law firm specializes in assisting New Jersey property managers and landlords in managing their real estate businesses. Our services include advising property managers on how to deal with disorderly tenants, reviewing/drafting leases, and guiding landlords step by step through the eviction process. From establishing proper grounds to initiate an eviction complaint, to scheduling a lockout, to dealing with abandoned property, our firm’s purpose is to make managing tenants as easy as possible.


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From Our Blog

Lease laws vary based on the state. In New Jersey, the rules usually depend on how long the lease will last. You need to understand several aspects of tenant law if you’re considering moving to New Jersey. A landlord-tenant attorney can also help you understand......

The Unites States Supreme Court struck down the federal COVID-related eviction moratorium in September 2021, and New Jersey’s separate state moratorium on renter evictions expired on Jan. 1, 2022. For many landlords, the end of the eviction moratoriums may have arrived too late to prevent......

Depending on the lawyer hired, a landlord will incur out-of-pocket costs and fees in a range of anywhere from hundreds to thousands of dollars in evicting a residential tenant in New Jersey.  Our law firm fully understandings those fees are only a part of the......

A commercial lease gives a tenant a right to occupy the premises for a specific duration. When a commercial tenant walks away from its lease, the terms and conditions of the lease agreement will continue to govern the relationship between the landlord and the tenant.......

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