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Brian P. Kowal

Brian P. Kowal

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  • Real Estate Law, Landlord Tenant, Foreclosure Defense ...
  • Florida
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Summary

Brian P. Kowal, Esq. was born in Rochester, New York but since 2003, he has called South Florida his home. Upon moving to Florida, Brian knew South Florida is where he wanted to raise a family and build his practice. Prior to opening up his own practice, Brian gained valuable experience representing various clients across the legal spectrum. Brian opened his practice with the sole goal of providing his clients’ with the best possible legal representation.

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Foreclosure Defense
  • Business Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Florida
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
  • Portuguese: Spoken, Written
  • Spanish: Spoken
Professional Experience
Founder
Law Office of Brian P. Kowal, PA
- Current
Education
University of Wisconsin - Madison
B.A.
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Shepard Broad Law Center, Nova Southeastern University
J.D. (2006)
- present
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Professional Associations
The Florida Bar
Member
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Blog
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Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. I live with my dad in fl I pay rent he is trying to evict me which I pay rent and he is always threatening me
A: The answer to this questions all depends on the type of lease that you have with your father. If your lease is for a year and you remain in the property after the termination date, your father has the right to evict you as you would be considered a Holdover Tenant. If your lease is month-to-month, then your dad can commence eviction proceedings against you by giving you 15 days notice prior to the beginning of the next rental period. If you pay rent every month, you have the right to remain in the property until your father gives you proper termination notice. In the event that your father begins to change the locks or take any action that prevents you from residing in the property, then you have an action against him. This is known as a Constructive Eviction. Therefore, your father can only evict you if notice is proper.
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Contact & Map
Coral Springs, FL, USA
7351 Wiles Rd.
Suite 103
Coral Springs, FL 33067
USA
Telephone: (954) 990-7552