Crystal Kramer's practice is focused on the representation of landlords and property managers of residential and commercial real estate in Virginia. This representation includes Fair Housing disputes and all litigation associated with lease disputes, including breach of lease, unlawful detainer actions, and tenant’s assertion actions.
Prior to joining Offit Kurman, Ms. Kramer worked as an attorney at a Virginia employment law firm, and clerked at the Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney in Alexandria, Virginia.
- The Virginia Fair Housing Board's Guidance on Reasonable Accommodation Requests for Assistance Animals, PMA Monthly Magazine, July 2017
- How To Deal With Victims of Domestic Violence At Your Property, PMA Monthly Magazine, September 2016
"Whether I'm advising the owner of a large multi-family apartment complex, or a single family rental home, I'm always working toward what's best for my client and advising them on the proper steps to take to comply with local, state and federal laws."
"Best Practice Tips for Landlords: The Virginia Fair Housing Board’s Guidance on Reasonable Accommodation Requests for Assistance Animals"
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