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Skilled Guidance On Florida Condominium And Community Association Law

Community associations are extremely common in Florida. They provide governance for condominium communities, gated communities, single-family home neighborhoods and other living arrangements. They are also subject to local, state and federal legal regulations. For that reason, associations are wise to enlist trusted legal guidance at all stages of their life cycle – from formation to ongoing operations to dissolution.

At Stockham Law Group, P.A., a major focus of our practice involves providing trusted legal guidance to condominium and community associations. Our lawyers are well-versed in the nuances of Florida community association law. We understand not only how to navigate pressing legal issues, but also how to develop proactive strategies for avoiding legal disputes as well as addressing disputes through arbitration, mediation or litigation.

Legal Services For Community Associations

Our attorneys provide prompt, reliable guidance to help condominium and homeowner association boards and property managers navigate the day-to-day operations, legal hurdles and compliance issues that face community associations, including:

  • General counsel representation
  • Interpretation of governing documents, statutes and regulations
  • Preservation and revitalization of governing documents
  • Association turnover
  • Deed restriction violation enforcement
  • Delinquent assessment collections
  • Risk management
  • Compliance
  • Board meeting attendance
  • Property damage insurance claims for community property
  • Emotional support animal claims
  • Board certification courses
  • Amendments
  • Bankruptcy creditor representation
  • First mortgage foreclosure representation
  • And more

We help our clients to understand and navigate the complex web of legal regulations that impact community association governance. We also provide continuing education units (CEUs) for property managers (LCAMs).

Learn More About How We Can Address Your Association’s Legal Needs

For more information about working with our legal team, please reach out to us online or by phone at 877-976-9412. We represent community associations throughout Florida from our offices in Tampa and Fort Lauderdale.