Condominium, Cooperative and Homeowners Association Law
Our condominium, cooperative and homeowners’ association law practice focuses on representing associations, boards and property owners in transactional matters and disputes throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast and Space Coast regions.
Buying and managing homes in condominiums, cooperatives and developments with homeowners’ associations each involve unique considerations that require careful planning and examination of issues that affect both individual units and the property as a whole. For boards and associations, this can often mean balancing individual homeowners’ goals with the broader interests of the community (and those of the board or association itself). For property owners, issues ranging from construction defects to damage caused by other residents can create nightmares that require a strategic, measured approach in order to secure a favorable resolution.
The attorneys in our condominium, cooperative and homeowners’ association law practice bring decades of experience to protecting associations’, boards’ and individual homeowners’ interests in transactions and disputes. From purchasing private residences to dealing with owners of neighboring properties, from organizing boards and associations to mitigating these entities’ exposure to liability, we seek to establish long-term relationships with our clients so that we can be there when they need us most. If you need an attorney for a condominium, cooperative or homeowners’ association-related legal matter, we invite you to contact us to schedule an initial consultation today.
Condominium and Cooperative Organizational Documents
Prior to selling individual units in a condominium or cooperative, it is imperative that the condo or coop be organized appropriately with a focus on minimizing the entity’s and the individual board members’ potential liability. At RosswaySwan, we represent condominiums and cooperatives throughout Florida’s Treasure Coast and Space Coast regions in all matters pertaining to entity organization, governance and ongoing property management. Our attorneys are familiar with various unique issues involved in managing multi-unit properties, and we can prepare organizational documents designed to give you the flexibility you need while maintaining appropriate legal protections.
Condominiums, Cooperatives and Homeowners’ Associations
We offer ongoing legal representation for condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners’ associations as well, serving institutional clients in matters such as:
- Board and association management advice
- Debt collection matters and foreclosure defense
- Interpretation, modification and maintenance of governing documents
- Preparation of declarations and covenants
- Representation in purchases, sales and other transactions
- Representation in construction, insurance and other property-related disputes
- Representation for other transactions and disputes involving multi-unit and development properties
Our attorneys also regularly represent individual unit owners and purchasers of residential properties in sales and disputes involving boards, associations and other owners. We understand the burdens that a dispute involving your home can entail, and our goal in every case is to serve our client’s needs as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Speak with a Real Estate Lawyer at RosswaySwan
If you would like to speak with an attorney in our condominium, cooperative and homeowners’ association law practice, we invite you to contact us for an initial consultation. To schedule an appointment, please call (772) 231-4440 or contact us online today.