Common Interest Communities and Homeowner Associations
Goodman and Wallace, P.C. specializes in matters concerning homeowner associations and common interest communities. Every day, we handle matters from the boardroom to the courtroom concerning residential and commercial owner associations including drafting, interpretation, modification and enforcement of association governing documents; collection and foreclosure of assessments and liens in the event of nonpayment; construction defect cases involving common areas; as well as maintenance, insurance, repair and replacement obligations in common interest communities. We are experienced with representation of boards of directors and management companies as well as individuals seeking representation involving conflicts with their association or management company. We also handle litigation and appeals involving the sometimes complicated legal issues which arise in these matters.
We would welcome the opportunity to listen to your needs regarding drafting, updating, or amending common interest community association documents including covenants and declarations; articles; bylaws; inconsistent documents; mandatory responsible governance policies; rules and regulations; as well as the collection of assessments, liens, and late fees. We are happy to meet with you, the board of directors, your executive committee, or attend a monthly board meeting or annual owner’s meeting to answer any questions which you may have in this regard.
Our mountain office location offers you or your common interest community significant advantages in terms of availability, reduction in travel costs and attorney fees, knowledge of the community, and familiarity with the local landscape. We have helped clients with owner association matters in Denver, Summit, Eagle, Pitkin, Garfield, Grand, Gunnison, and Routt Counties in Colorado and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Please contact us and let us assist you.
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