Find Out if Your HOA is Power Hungry

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By: Bill Henry
PublishedAug 16, 2021
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If you own a house or townhome, there’s a good chance you belong to a homeowner’s association. Robinson & Henry’s Litigation Attorneys can help with a power-hungry HOA.

Struggling With a Power-Hungry HOA?

Our HOA Litigation Team has helped countless homeowners who are at odds with their HOA. Call 303-688-0944 to set up a case assessment. You can also schedule online when you click here.

Homeowner Associations are a Growing Trend in Colorado

Many clients are coming to Robinson & Henry with concerns about a power-hungry HOA. Many new housing developments throughout the state are coming with their own HOA’s or Homeowners’ Associations, bringing a bevy of problems for homeowners.

It’s Important to Educate Yourself

A lot of people don’t know how homeowner’s associations are set up. It’s important to known what they can do and your rights as a homeowner.

We suggest the first thing that you do when you find out you’re going to be a member of a homeowner’s association is read something called the declaration to find out how your particular homeowner’s association works.

It’s also important that you read the rules and regulations of the homeowner’s association and try your best to follow those to a tee.

When Problems Crop Up

It’s often when people run into problems with their homeowner’s associations that they call an attorney for help.

A knowledgeable HOA litigation attorney at Robinson & Henry can help you understand what your homeowner’s association allows and doesn’t allow. Our HOA dispute attorneys can help keep your homeowner’s association in check if it looks like it has become a power-hungry HOA that is throwing its weight around.

What We Can Do for You

Sometimes a letter from an attorney is enough to check an HOA’s power if it crosses the line. Sometimes the suggestion of mediation can be enough to encourage the HOA to resolve a problem you are facing.

Talk With an HOA Litigation Attorney

If you have any questions about what it means to be a member of a homeowner’s association, a board member of a homeowner’s association, or if you think your homeowner’s association is being really unfair, call Robinson & Henry. One of our highly skilled HOA litigation attorneys can help. Begin your case assessment when you call 303-688-0944.

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