Weishoff & Richards, LLC is a boutique law firm with over 50 years of experience in landlord tenant law, tenant evictions, residential and commercial lease drafting, real estate transactions, bankruptcy, and foreclosure.  We serve all of New Jersey, with our principal offices located in Mount Holly, New Jersey.


Our landlord tenant attorneys specialize in drafting of a lease, rent payment issues, landlord harassment, tenant breaches of contract, illegal use of property by a tenant, and eviction of the tenant from a property. We represent both landlord and tenants.


Our bankruptcy attorneys specialize in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, including tackling credit cards debt, medical bill debt, tax liens, foreclosures and repossessions. Bankruptcy offers relief. Call today for a free consultation.


Our attorneys specialize in short term or long term transactions and purchases by real estate developers, tenants, landlords, builders, contractors, lenders, owners of hotels and retail buildings, office buildings, farm land and title insurance companies.


The “New Jersey Anti-Eviction  Act” severely limits landlords’ ability to regain possession of their leased property.   Our firm has a detailed understanding  of all aspects of the eviction process and what a landlord can and cannot do.


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From Our Blog

Landlords A landlord has a right to have a lease of contract on their one or many properties, with each tenant. The rental fee, start and end of contract, payment procedures, security deposits, penalties, and other restrictions will be initiated by the landlord, and the......

 Under New Jersey landlord tenant law, there are only a limited number of reasons why a stay may be granted delaying a lock-out after a judgment for possession has entered. One is a known as a hardship stay.  The Tenant Hardship Act, N.J.S.A. 2A:42-10.1,  permits a......

New Jersey Landlords beware: A new statute has made it much more likely that tenants can be awarded attorney fees in tenancy cases. Under newly adopted N.J.S.A. 2A:18-61.66 “[i]f a residential lease agreement provides that the landlord is or may be entitled to recover either......

SECURITY DEPOSIT RETURN Under New Jersey law, within 30 days after the end of the lease, the landlord must return to the tenant the security deposit and interest, minus any rent owed or charges incurred for repairing damage done to the property.  If the landlord......

Are you looking for experienced attorneys? Attorneys Robert P Weishoff and Travis J. Richards, ESQ are here to help you get the results you deserve. Call Mt Holly NJ Lawyers Weishoff & Richards at (609) 267-1301 or submit our form here to setup a consultation.