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Manhattan Landlord Tenant Attorney

Protecting the Rights of Landlords & Tenants in Manhattan, NY

Located at the mouth of the Hudson River lies the Manhattan borough, which is the third largest of all five boroughs in population. The Manhattan borough is the smallest out of the five with an area of only 33.77 sq. miles. Within this small island, there are over 1,601,948 residents with nonstop energy and must-see sites. Manhattan is home to the iconic Times Square where millions go to celebrate New Year's on the first of every year. The towering Empire State Building is also in the Manhattan area, along with the beautiful Central Park. Manhattan is a part of New York County, which is the most densely populated county in all the United States. NY County holds approximately 1.6 million people in an area of only 22.96 square miles. Although this area is densely populated, it is also one of the richest counties in the U.S.

The Manhattan borough has been recognized as being the cultural and monetary focus area in our country. In lower Manhattan, you will find Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange which acts as one of the financial capitals of the world- in this area alone the estimated GDP is more than $1.2 trillion. On top of its many famous tourist attractions and historical landmarks, Manhattan is also home to the United Nations Headquarters and it hosts the seat of city government. The Manhattan borough is where New Yorkers flock for the bustling city life and it also holds the economy and job market that the other boroughs depend on.

There are a high number of public housing developments in the Manhattan area. With such a dense population people are constantly in flux moving in and out of the area. Landlord tenant disputes can easily arise in the borough of Manhattan, whether it is over a lease dispute or an eviction. At The Law Office of Tamara I. Jordan P.L.L.C., we represent both tenants and landlords in a multitude of legal issues. Our firm handles cases involving tenant's rights, non-payment disputes, and other landlord law matters. If you are facing a landlord tenant dispute issue in downtown, midtown or upper Manhattan, be sure to speak with a New York City landlord tenant lawyer at our firm today.

Effective Legal Counsel for Manhattan Residents

Besides landlord and tenant litigation, our firm also takes on family law, guardianship and estate planning cases. With more than a decade of experience, our firm has ample knowledge of the legal system and we can help you obtain a favorable outcome in your case. Our legal team is 100% client driven in our approach to every case. We have proven capabilities both inside and outside the courtroom and we can help guide you every step of the way. When you work with our firm, you are not just another case number- you matter and you always will. Our lead attorney, Tamara I. Jordan, will sit down with you personally to get to know you and your case, this way you get the individual time and attention that you deserve.

Not only do we focus on providing high-quality services and client commitment, but we also work with you to help minimize costs in every way possible. Our top priority is to preserve your rights and best interests no matter how contentious the issue may be. Whether you are facing an eviction, divorce, child custody issues, estate planning or you are looking to establish guardianship for your loved one, we can help! For the personalized guidance that you deserve, be sure to contact Manhattan landlord tenant attorney Tamara Jordan from our firm today.

Call us today at (888) 887-7454 to schedule a consultation!

How You Can Benefit From Hiring Us

  • Founding attorney, Tamara I. Jordan, has over 18 years' experience that she utilizes on her clients' behalf.

  • 100% client driven and relentlessly pursues justice for each person that comes to us for help.

  • Won notable victories for countless clients, both through settlement and litigation.