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Although there are various methods that can be used for the collection of delinquent dues, experience has taught us that the claim of lien/foreclosure process is the most efficient and cost effective. We have systemized much of this process, and as a result of these efficiencies, we are able to render these services on a flat-fee basis.
Our practice also represents HOAs in bankruptcy court against a homeowner who has filed for bankruptcy. Our collection attorneys can file a claim on behalf of the association, monitor the progress of the case and take action when necessary to protect the association’s interests in the event of an HOA foreclosure. Fees can often be recouped from the homeowner’s bankruptcy plan.
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