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San Diego Homeowners Association Attorneysv

Protecting Your Property in a High Asset Divorce

Representing Associations, Developers and Homeowners

The tremendous growth of homeowners’ associations in recent decades is a testament to the value they provide to residential communities. Balancing the community’s interests with the rights of individual property owners is a challenge that can be met with skilled legal advice.

At , we counsel developers and homeowners’ associations on all relevant legal matters, and we represent both associations and homeowners in litigation over disputes that arise. To arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, contact us at our offices in San Diego.

Experienced California Lawyers Providing Valuable Counsel

Our firm represents developers seeking to set up homeowners’ associations (HOAs) for their developments. Once an association is set up, we can provide it with legal guidance in all aspects of its operations. We are experienced at handling issues such as the following:

  • Homeowners’ association formation
  • Property management agreements
  • Covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs)
  • Architectural committees
  • Construction and development agreements
  • Zoning of planned urban developments

Homeowners’ associations require careful planning and attention if they are to be successful at their goals. Our attorneys have extensive experience in this area.

Protecting Your Interests in Residential Disputes

Once a homeowners’ association is in place, it is not uncommon for it to get involved in disputes and misunderstandings with individual homeowners. Our firm is prepared to address disputes on behalf of homeowners’ associations and homeowners, including the following:

We take a personally tailored approach to litigation, working with our clients to choose cost-effective strategies focused on their goals. Whether you are a homeowner or an association, don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your options for dealing with a dispute.

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