March 16, 2020: Administrative Order for the Suffolk County Trial Courts

Amidst this 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Clark’s Laws offices remain open and fully operational. We are available to answer any questions or concerns regarding the commencement of an eviction action or other civil law suit. We will be able to address and discuss what can be done despite court closures. Furthermore, we are open and fully… Continue Reading

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What to Do When a Tenant Stops Paying Rent

At some point, every landlord will experience a renter that stops paying rent. And, how you handle this situation will directly affect your ability to recover the rent you are owed. There are many reasons the rent is not paid. It could simply be late without notice, or they are refusing to pay. Whether it’s… Continue Reading

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When Should a Landlord Hire an Attorney?

While many issues between a landlord and tenant can be resolved with common sense, more complex issues may arise. Landlords may be tempted to take to the internet for resources on landlord-tenant law and legal aid websites. However, jumping into an issue such as a fast eviction can get messy without proper legal guidance. Landlords… Continue Reading

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Hiring a Real Estate Lawyer: How it can benefit buyers and sellers

In certain situations, hiring an attorney is a no-brainer. However when it comes to buying or selling real estate, though, not everyone thinks to hire a lawyer. Residential real estate lawyers are specialized professionals who will guide you through this important transaction. A successful real estate transaction relies on more than a lot of research… Continue Reading

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Who is Involved in the Real Estate Closing Process?

Buying a new home can be exciting; you’ve found the perfect location and listing, and the seller has accepted your offer. However, there is a vital process that needs to be navigated: the real estate closing process. Now that you’re ready to go into closing, it’s time to get familiar with the folks involved. While… Continue Reading


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