Law Offices of  Robert Miller  &  Bryan Shaw

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EVICTIONS: As a landlord, what happens when a tenant doesn't pay rent? What type of notice must you send? Can you ask for late fees, attorney's fees, or utilities? As a tenant, what happens when you are served with a 5-Day or 30-Day Notice? What happens if you can't pay rent? What happens when at court? Speak with our attorneys to learn about your rights and obligations.


EVICTIONS AFTER FORECLOSURE: Owners or persons remaining in a home after a foreclosure sale are holdover tenants.  Did you know that you have to sue in Superior Court to evict a holdover tenant?  Is superior court a much longer process? Does it cost more?

WARRANTIES OF SALE: So you've bought or are thinking of buying a home but you're not sure if what the seller said is true. What can you do? How can you make sure if the proper permits were granted? How can you be sure if the structures are properly situated on the land? And what happens of you bought a home that has a defect that the seller did not tell you about?

The rights you have in a land-sale contract are complex and detailed. Robert Miller understands the present and future warranties in a land sale contract and can help you decide what action to take. 

Landlord Tenant Law

Robert Miller represents property management companies, property owners, apartment complexes and mobile home parks in Northern Arizona, focusing on Yavapai county and the Prescott Quad-City area, in all aspects of landlord and tenant law, including advice on laws and their application, drafting and revising leases and related documents, evictions and all other matters involving landlord and tenant relations.


FORECLOSURES: Robert Miller has years of experience helping clients avoid liability during a foreclosure. It's important to know your rights when a bank or lien holder institutes a foreclosure. Will you be responsible for any overages? What if it's not your primary residence? What if you lease the home being foreclosed? When would you be responsible for money if there is not enough equity to pay off loans?

Real Estate Law

These questions can be answered by Robert Miller.  We take the time to explain the landlord-tenant law and how it affects your business or your life. 

EASEMENTS: Often times clients need help getting access to their property. Other times they need help preventing others from crossing their land. Easements are a legal right to use the land of another for a specific purpose. Some easements are for vehicle access where others are for laying utility lines. What happens if you prevent someone from using their easement? What rights do you have if they prevent you from using yours?