Children's Rights?

Do children have rights? Absolutely. Unfortunately, many landlords think that the old adage is true: children are to be seen and not heard. So the first time a child makes a peep, the landlord starts threatening to evict the family if the children do not quiet down. “There are people who work graveyard shift living here,” landlords frequently complain to families with children. And then there are the landlords who prefer that children neither be seen nor heard. These landlords want your children to stay indoors at all times, even if it is in the middle of summer and your children want to go outside and play. Put simply, when it comes to housing, children are to be treated no differently from adults. So if your landlord has been giving your children a hard time for doing something that is permitted to be done by adults at your apartment complex, then contact us at http://sfaganlaw.com or at (858) 220-9601. Children have rights, and we’re here to make sure that they are able to exercise them.