​​​​​​Landlord/Tenant Issues

​ARS §33-1377: Evictions are summary proceedings, meaning that there is not discovery, disclosures, trial by jury, counterclaims, cross-claims, or third-party complaints. A forcible detainer complaint is filed and a hearing is scheduled no less than three days or more than six days later. More often than not, the tenant does not bother showing up at the scheduled hearing, though the landlord or landlord’s counsel must still show. At the hearing, the judge may enter judgment for either side. The prevailing party is entitled to make a claim for attorney’s fees, costs, and any sustainable damages.

Corporate Structure

​Selecting an entity is an important start to your business. You want protection from creditors and others. And if the organizational documents are not properly and completely prepared and maintained you may face personal liability. At our firm, we will help you assess your needs and choose an appropriate entity, whether it be a sole proprietorship, limited liability company (LLC), limited liability partnership (LLP), or corporation. Our lawyers will complete necessary paperwork, including that which you probably do not know about, and create bylaws, operating agreements, partnership agreements, or articles of incorporation, depending on your specific needs.

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Easement Issues

​Easements are the right of another to use a landowner’s property without consent. Easements were not generally geographically well-defined in the early days of Arizona country. To this day, we come across easements that have ‘always been that way’ and have never been bounded in any way by a formal survey or restrictions. Questions of whether or not a person can erect a fence or gate over an easement are often fact-specific inquiries and the answer can vary depending upon the circumstances of a particular case. Additionally, easements can be perfected by a non-landowner’s continuous use over a period of time. The claims and defenses available to either party in an easement dispute often depend upon how artfully the Complaint is drafted. The attorneys at Holland Law Group can guide you through the often-complicated process of defining or defending an easement dispute.

Civil Litigation

​Sometimes disputes simply cannot be settled short of going to court. When litigation is inevitable, we are well prepared to represent clients efficiently, but aggressively. Holland Law Group’s 

litigation attorneys offer a wide range of experience in all aspects of dispute resolution and prevention. Our attorneys are proficient in alternative dispute resolution techniques, negotiated settlements, appeals, and traditional trial representation, as well as advice on the prevention of claims and avoidance of litigation. Moreover, peer law firms have expressed their confidence in us as evidenced by the significant number of referrals for litigation in our geographic footprint.

Tax Lien Foreclosures

​​Tax liens are a creature of statute, which means that the courts are to apply a stricter standard to the foreclosure process to ensure that every condition and issue is properly addressed—substantial compliance is not acceptable. The letter of the law must be followed in a tax lien foreclosure. For this reason, tax lien foreclosures are somewhat of a specialty. Having done more than a hundred tax lien foreclosures, the attorneys at Holland Law Group have extensive knowledge and experience in this area of practice.