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We act as general counsel to associations. These services include matters such as:
- Assisting associations with board governance issues
- Creating and organizing homeowners’ associations for developers
- Drafting, interpreting, enforcing, and amending declarations, restrictive covenants, by-laws, and other governing documents
- Attending community association meetings to advise and train boards and management on governance, compliance, best practices and other related issues
- Real estate transactions, title disputes, and condemnation/eminent domain proceedings by local and state governments
- General litigation and dispute resolution
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