Landlord/Tenant, Public Housing,
Senior Housing & Student Housing Attorneys
   Austin & Central Texas
TROILO LAW FIRM

LANDLORD / TENANT LAW

The TROILO LAW FIRM’s primary practice area is representation of landlords, especially affordable housing owners, including public housing authorities, low-income housing developments, multifamily residential properties, private property owners, senior housing developments, student housing developments, and property management companies. Whether residential or commercial, one unit or a thousand units, we can assist you in all areas of property management.

Residential

The TROILO LAW FIRM represents landlords in landlord/tenant matters, including assisting landlords in the preparation of correspondence and other documents to tenants, interpreting the dwelling Lease agreement, drafting leases, providing training to landlords (and their staff) on the lease agreement and eviction procedures, representing landlords in eviction court proceedings, and providing legal guidance as to the interpretation of local, state, and federal regulations.

TLF attorneys have represented landlords, including affordable housing landlords, senior housing landlords, and public housing authorities in all of the Justice of the Peace Courts and County Courts in Travis, Williamson, Hays, Guadalupe, Bexar, Blanco, Comal, Burnett, Bell, and Bastrop Counties. We have also represented landlords in the Third Court of Appeals. Our attorneys’ collective experience and successful track record will be of great assistance to any landlord and/or owner of real estate.

Commercial

The TLF firm represents commercial landlords and tenants in lease disputes and eviction matters, including holdover, constructive eviction, forcible entry and detainer, and landlord liens. We also handle related collection matters for our clients.

Student Housing Property Issues

The Troilo Law Firm can assist you and your student housing property managers with evictions, Fair Housing Act complaints, and lease related issues.  The TLF is equipped with resources to provide you with efficient solutions to all your property management legal needs.  Look for us at events, such as:  

  • 5th Annual Interface Student Housing Conference
  • 2013 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition
  • TAA Conferences
Public Housing

Public housing authority representation is a refined area of practice for the attorneys of the TROILO LAW FIRM. Our lawyers have extensive experience with public housing legal issues and the federal regulations that govern procedures. We understand and appreciate the great demands for affordable housing and social services, and are recognized advocates for public housing providers and the non-profit affordable housing industry.

Affordable Housing: Section 8 / Housing Choice Voucher

The TROILO LAW FIRM attorneys are familiar with the special procedures that apply uniquely to Section 8 and Housing Choice Voucher tenancies. We are familiar with the Model Lease for Subsidized Housing and the unique procedures associated with lease enforcement.

Housing Discrimination Defense

The Fair Housing Act was adopted in 1968 to alleviate discrimination based on race, color, religion, and national origin. The Act was later amended to prevent discrimination based on sex, handicap / disability, and familial status. When individuals are denied rental housing, they may claim the landlord discriminated against them because they are in one of these protected classes. Such housing discrimination charges are taken seriously by governmental enforcement bodies. If you are a landlord who has been accused of housing discrimination, you need an experienced attorney defending you. The attorneys at the TROILO LAW FIRM, P.C. have defended landlords facing housing discrimination complaints. Additionally, our trusted attorneys can help you navigate the housing discrimination laws and remain in compliance.


The TROILO LAW FIRM: your legal solution to property management issues.
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