Your Community Association’s Advocate
Community associations and their board members face unique legal and financial challenges.
If you are a community manager, our job is to make your life easier. An attorney can help you collect money owed to your associations and draft proactive policies to help you avoid contractual and legal disputes by and between vendors, residents, unit owners and other parties.
Our firm work directly with managers and boards to help make communities financially sound and less susceptible to litigation. Our attorneys are actively involved in major trade organizations such as CAI-NJ.
Counsel For Every Need
As general counsel for your association, we will help you create and interpret your governing documents and advise you on resident disputes. Whether in court or at a board meeting, we will be prepared to support and defend your association.
Your Financial Ally
We understand that for the community to function, all members need to contribute. We will help you enforce regulations, collect debts, deal with vacant and abandoned units, and pursue lien foreclosures.
Your Transition Support
From bid specs to insurance policies, we review your covenants to make sure your association is protected. We will help you transition from a developer, hold your first election and see you through the transfer of Board control.
HOA and Community Association Legal Services
- General counsel
- Transition counsel
- Social media and free speech issues
- Insurance reviews
- Disaster recovery
- Nuisance complaints
- Litigation between neighbors, tenants and owners
- Bid specs and contract reviews
- Transfer of power from developer
- Meeting advice and procedure
- Interpretation of documents
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Board elections