It’s important to know that the law prohibits realtors from giving legal advice. This means they cannot help you with the legality of owner contracts, deeds, transfers, HOA bylaws, or mortgage agreements. That’s our job. We can advise you during negotiations, assist you with contracts, and help you understand Idaho’s ever-changing real estate laws.
We provide landlord-tenant law services related to:
- Residential Lease Agreements
- Commercial Evictions
- Commercial Lease Agreements
- Shopping Center Lease Agreements
- Homeowner Associations and Enforcement of CCR’s
Landlord-Tenant Attorney Serving Ada County, Canyon County, Gem County, and Surrounding Areas
Armis Law, PLLC also represents buyers and tenants in both simple and complex proceedings. A common reason behind landlord-tenant litigation is eviction. If you don’t take the necessary precautions, you could lose an eviction case and be prevented from evicting a tenant. Even if you win the case and can recoup the cost of eviction, there is no guarantee that you’ll be able to collect the unpaid rent. If you are struggling to evict a tenant, we encourage you to contact our office. Depending on the situation, we can represent you in litigation or help you obtain court orders for eviction without going through the lengthy judicial process. We can also help you pursue unpaid rent and monetary damages through second proceedings.
"He helped us get the justice we deserved and was prompt and professional."Hannah H.
"Jorge did an excellent job, he’s very professional, he provided information that I needed and he followed my whole case."Former Client
"His knowledge in the Landlord/ Tenant laws made this a thorough and easy process to evict along with having all paperwork completed in the most expeditious way."Michelle
Jorge Salazar is the Principal Attorney at Armis Law, PLLC. Born in the Rio Grande Valley and raised in Austin, Texas, Jorge came to Boise, Idaho, to further his professional pursuits. After graduating with a Juris Doctorate and gaining valuable experience under the Texas Attorney General, Jorge was sworn into the Idaho State Supreme Court and Federal District Court.