Addressing Domestic Violence 

on the Property              

​      Wednesday, December 2, 2020             
                 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Central


Domestic violence can happen anywhere.   More importantly for landlords, when it happens at your property, domestic violence can invoke many different laws.  Landlords need to know who is protected and who needs to go. 

 In this webinar, we will discuss the different laws landlords should consider when dealing with a victim of domestic violence and what to do when the laws overlap.  Our discussion will include:

  • State Domestic Violence Laws
  • Violence Against Women’s Act
  • Disparate Impact Claims
  • Requesting the “Right” Documentation
  • Sending the Right Notice
  • Banning the Perpetrator
  • And Much, Much, More

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

     10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

​Disability complaints make up over 50% of all fair housing complaints filed with HUD or state agencies.  Why?  Possibly because landlords have the duty to make accommodations or allow modifications when they are reasonable.  The process of determining if the request is reasonable is often where landlords go awry.

In this webinar, we will discuss six of the most common requests and how to evaluate if the request is reasonable.  Our discussion will include:

  • Emotional Support Animals
  • Parking Spaces
  • Ramps
  • Transfers
  • Grab Bars
  • Rent Payments​


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

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

    10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

​Every property manager has probably wondered if they violated fair housing laws when they asked an applicant or resident a question. Are you disabled? Do you have any animals? Have you been convicted of a felony?

In this webinar, we will discuss 10 common questions that are off-limits for property staff. Our topics will include questions about:

• Previous residency
• Disabilities
• Animals
• Criminal history
• Family make-up
• And much, much, more​​



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

Housing Crossroads 


$24.99 - $34.99 each



​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Asked and Answered:

​Eight Common Fair Housing Questions

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"You Can't Ask Me That Question"

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Tackling the Top Six

Accommodation/Modification Requests

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

    10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 


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.

As an attorney, I receive calls and emails daily asking questions about how to handle a particular situation with a resident or applicant.  Many of the questions relate to the same issues over and over again.

In this webinar, we will discuss eight of the most common fair housing questions asked by landlords.  The questions are:

  1. May I still refuse a Section 8 voucher?
  2. May I non-renew a problem resident?
  3. Can I refuse an applicant with a felony?
  4. What can I do about an ESA that threatens to bite another animal?
  5. Should I accept a letter for a companion animal if it was purchased from an on-line therapist?
  6. Is the two-person per bedroom occupancy standard still enforceable? 
  7. May we enforce a “no playing in the common area” policy?
  8. How long to I need to give a hoarder to clean up the apartment?  ​​