How an Attorney Can Help with an HOA Dispute

November 13, 2020 | Bill Henry

Civil Litigation Attorney Michael Weicher briefly explains how an attorney may be able to help you with your HOA dispute.

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Hi, my name is Michael Weicher. I’m an attorney in the civil litigation group at Robinson & Henry, practicing largely in real estate disputes and small business disputes.

One of the questions that comes in, or clients that come, that has come in recently are people who have disputes, or maybe it’s just want some clarification about their homeowner association governance, or their condo board governance. Again, this is a common area of disputes.

We will, we can look at the documents you have, or obtain the documents for your association, and come in with questions such as, you know, what are the rules, pets, smoking, outward appearance of the property? Condo and homeowner associations have a lot of power as to what they can control over the property, or even in these cases, actions within the proper property owners’ activities within the properties.

So the questions could be, what are the rules specifically? Is the board following the rules? The rules that are in the documents that are recorded on the property may be different from what the board is actually taking, setting forth with their members, or maybe there’s a management company that isn’t following the rules exactly, so we can advise you on what’s going on.

We may also advise you on what your options are for participating in the board, or trying to change the rules or matters such as that. So homeowner associations are a big area of concern, and disputes that come into us, and we’d be happy to help you with that.

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