Community Association Litigation
Atlanta community association litigators representing both associations and homeowners
If you own a home in a neighborhood governed by a community or homeowner’s association, the potential for a dispute to arise between the association and individual homeowners is always present. While some community association disputes between homeowners and their associations are simple misunderstandings, others relate to serious allegations asserting claims for thousands of dollars in damages.
Community Association Litigation Lawyers
In most cases, the covenants for the association contain provisions governing dispute resolution. Some may require that homeowners participate in good faith mediation others allow courts to resolve legal disputes. Because of the unique relationship between homeowners and their community’s association, our firm strives to preserve the relationship and resolve conflicts amicably. If litigation is the best route forward, our real estate attorneys stand ready to pursue or defend your claims.
The Decatur, Georgia based real estate attorneys here at Williams Teusink advise Homeowner’s Associations, Property Owner’s Associations, and Condominium Associations on transactions, collections, and litigation. Our lawyers also offer experienced legal representation to homeowners throughout metro Atlanta and surrounding Georgia counties in disputes with their community association.
Community Association Litigation in Atlanta, Georgia
- HOA, Property Owner, and Condominium Association Formation
- Declarations and Bylaws
- Enforcement and Interpretation of Governing Documents
- Disputes with Individual Unit Owners
- Collection Disputes
- Restrictive Covenants
Community associations have unique problems and goals, and we seek to tailor a strategy that will help you develop and maintain your community. Whether your community is brand new or fifty years old, Williams Teusink stands ready to partner with you to preserve your community’s standards, ensure your rights are protected, and protect and enhance the quality of life in your community.