Domestic violence is an issue almost every landlord has been forced to face.  Can you evict?  Do you need to get involved at all?  Why is the resident looking to you for help? 

Whether you’re a federally funded property, a tax credit property, or accept a Section 8 voucher, you must comply with the Violence Against Women Act.  Every landlord should know the rules on when the Act applies, transfers, documentation, and liability.  In this webinar, we will discuss: 

  • Recognizing when the VAWA May or May Not Apply
  • Sorting out the Paperwork
  • Requesting Documentation
  • Transfers
  • Liability
  • Recent Cases Interpreting the Act​


This is a series of webinars presented jointly by the Law Office of Hall & Associates and the Law Office of Angelita E. Fisher.  We discuss all aspects of the landlord tenant relationship and how landlord tenant laws and fair housing laws overlap.

All good things must come to an end and so must a lease.  How and why you terminate a resident’s lease may land you in trouble with HUD.  Terminating a lease may violate fair housing laws. 

In this webinar, we will discuss a variety of reasons landlords terminate leases and what fair housing consequences you should consider. Our discussion will include:   

  • Non- Renewals
  • Violence on Property
  • Housekeeping
  • Complaints from Neighbors
  • Retaliation


Fair Housing

Housing Crossroads 


$24.99 - $34.99 each


​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Violence Against Women Act

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Angelita Fisher

Angelita represents management companies on all issues involving fair housing and employment law.

Law Office of 
Angelita E. Fisher
6688 Nolensville Rd. 
Suite 108-161
Brentwood, TN 370257

​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Fair Housing Pitfalls When

​Terminating the Lease

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

Nathan Lybarger

Nathan represents landlords throughout Middle Tennessee in eviction actions and in recovery of unpaid balances due.

Law Office of
Hall & Associates
223 Madison Street, Suite 212
Madison, TN  37115

When is a complaint more

than just a complaint? 
Recognizing resident complaints that

have legal implications for landlords. 

​      Wednesday, July 29, 2020                 
                 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Central

​Every property has a resident who continually makes complaints about everything.  The question is – when should you take it seriously?  Ignoring some complaints can land a landlord in hot water legally.  Some complaints carry with them an obligation to investigate and act upon the evidence obtained. 

In this webinar, we will discuss how to recognize resident complaints that can get landlords in trouble.  Our discussion will include:

  • Written or Oral Complaints
  • Maintenance Complaints
  • Complaints Involving Failure to Fulfill Obligations
  • Essential Services Interruption Complaints
  • Harassment/Discrimination Complaints