Whether you are a Landlord or a Tenant our firm has the legal knowledge and expertise to get you results.


Landlords should always present a solid lease agreement when entering into a contractual relationship with a future tenant.  A solid lease can serve to protect the interests of both parties.  In the event a clause in the lease agreement is breached, the lease can be used as conclusive evidence to obtain a remedy in court.  So whether you are trying to lease, evict or collect unpaid rent from a tenant, MJD Law knows the procedures and law to ensure your property continues to generate income from individuals who are willing and able to pay to live there.


Tenants are entitled to live in a safe and healthy environment.  At this time MJD Law welcomes all cases where a tenant has come into contact with lead paint, asbestos, mold or has been the victim of a rape or attempted rape.  Often times rape or attempted rape can be linked to the landlords negligence in maintaining safe conditions on the premises.  Similarly, where tenants have come into contact with and have been injured by asbestos, mold or lead, it is often due to the negligence of the landlord in maintaining or rectifying unhealthy conditions on the premises.  These cases are accepted on a contingency basis.