Homeowners' Associations

Homeowners' Associations

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Having represented both developers and homeowners, our attorneys understand the unique challenges faced by homeowners’ associations established to administer subdivisions and condominiums.  And working with homeowners’ associations daily, we appreciate the important role volunteer directors play in the process and understand the challenges they face. We work diligently to help boards of directors and property managers fulfill their obligations to their members and the associations they represent by providing timely and trusted legal advice and common-sense solutions. Regularly, we are asked to interpret and amend condominium declarations and restrictive covenants; assist in establishing rental restrictions; collect assessments from delinquent owners; provide opinions on maintenance responsibilities; enforce covenants, rules, and regulations; and provide guidance with respect to corporate governance.  Condominium law, in particular, is a niche area, however, our years of experience both establishing and administering condominium regimes gives us a head start on most questions prospective clients might ask. Whatever the need, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to help guide your association in the right direction.

Our Homeowners' Association law practice includes assisting associations with the following:

  • Amendments to Governing Documents
  • Architectural Control
  • Association Governance
  • Collection of Assessments (Liens and Collection Actions)
  • Compliance with State and Federal Laws and Regulations
  • Document Review for Prospective Purchasers
  • Contract Drafting and Review
  • Developer, Contractor, and Vendor Disputes
  • Operational Issues
  • Drafting, Amending, and Interpreting Governing Documents
  • Drafting and Reviewing Easements
  • Enforcing Rules and Regulations
  • Pet and Rental Restrictions
  • Non-Profit Incorporation of Associations
  • Federal Fair Housing and Americans with Disabilities Acts
  • General Liability Concerns
  • Maintenance and Insurance Responsibilities
  • Owner Foreclosures and Bankruptcies
  • Subdivision Restrictive Covenants
  • Subdivision and Combination of Units
  • Transition to Owner Control

Homeowners' Associations

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