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Resolving Condominium Association Disputes With Experienced Legal Support

At Bernhardt Riley, Attorneys at Law, PLLC, we recognize that disputes within condominium associations can be complex and emotionally charged. Our dedication to detail and family-oriented care is the foundation of our approach to every case.

We see you as part of our Palm Harbor community, deserving of care, respect and compassion. Our team brings a wealth of proven experience and skilled advocacy to the table, ensuring that you receive comprehensive representation. We pledge to support you with personalized attention and maintain timely communication, so you are never left in the dark about the progress of your case.

The Advocacy You Need To Get Through A Dispute

Condominium associations, similar to homeowners associations, are integral to the management and maintenance of condo communities in Florida. They enforce rules and regulations, manage common areas, and often handle financial concerns like assessments. Disputes can occur over special assessments, property maintenance or discriminatory practices. These conflicts can be as intricate as HOA issues and require equally careful legal navigation. When litigation becomes necessary, you can trust us to represent you in the courtroom.

Frequently Asked Questions About COA Disputes

Our attorneys at Bernhardt Riley, Attorneys at Law, PLLC, are here to offer clarity on your legal questions and outline your options. We are committed to guiding you through the complexities of COA disputes with clear and actionable advice.

Can I contest a special assessment imposed by my condo association?

Yes, in Florida, you may have grounds to contest a special assessment if it is applied in a manner inconsistent with the association’s declaration or state laws. Understanding your rights and the association’s bylaws is crucial in these situations.

Can my condo association restrict my ability to lease my unit?

Condo associations may have provisions that restrict leasing, but they must align with the governing documents and state regulations. We can review these restrictions with you to determine if they are enforceable and what options you may have.

How do I address common area maintenance issues that my condo association is neglecting?

To address maintenance concerns, you should first document the issues and approach the association in writing. If the association fails to act, legal action may be necessary to compel them to fulfill their obligations.

Take Control Of Your Condo Concerns

If condo association disputes are weighing on you, take the first step with Bernhardt Riley, Attorneys at Law, PLLC. Contact us at 727-308-4190 or through our online form. Our Palm Harbor-based team also serves the Destin, Tampa and Clearwater areas by appointment only.