Central Florida Association Attorneys
Central Florida is saturated with neighborhoods run by a Homeowners Association (HOA). While many Florida residents love the idea of living in a community that is always in tip-top shape, living under this kind of association can lead to issues concerning rule enforcement. All Florida HOA’s must be registered as Florida Corporations, and the initial governing documents must be recorded in the official records of the county in which the community is located. These governing documents are meant to keep HOA’s from overstepping their authority. However, it is not uncommon for an HOA to overstep their bounds and for disputes between the association and homeowner to arise. In these instances, it may be wise to reach out to a Condominium and Homeowners Association attorney. It may also be beneficial for a Homeowners Association to hire an HOA attorney in order to to drastically reduce potential litigation disputes.
Types of Cases
Bowen | Schroth currently represents over 30 condominium, homeowners, cooperative, and property associations. Our Central Florida condominium and HOA attorneys provide comprehensive and efficient legal representation to developers and boards of directors in all aspects of developing and managing condominium, homeowners, cooperative, and property associations, including:
Governing document drafting/amendments
Statutory & regulatory compliance