Our attorneys represent condominium associations, homeowners associations and individual owners in disputes over assessments, foreclosures, governance and other issues that are unique to common-interest communities. We advise clients on changes in local laws and stay abreast of emerging trends across the nation that affect community associations. Our attorneys’ conciliatory style has helped us successfully assist homeowners avoid litigation, bring defaulted owners into compliance, negotiate pay offs for past due assessments with lenders, restore dwindling condominium financial reserves and promulgate rules and regulations for associations which establish a sense of community.
Our firm is a Business Partner with the Community Associations Institute (CAI)—a national conglomerate of community associations, property managers and lawyers who work together to educate homeowners, lobby policymakers and represent the interests of community associations nationwide. The firm’s managing attorney, Yaida Ford, sits on the D.C. and Maryland Legislative Action Committees for CAI.
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