Condo and HOA Lawyers Serving Birmingham, Michigan

Birmingham, Michigan Condo and HOA Lawyers

It is advisable that condominium or homeowners associations (HOA) in Birmingham, MI seek the counsel of an experienced condo or HOA lawyer to keep their interests protected. At Hirzel Law, PLC, our team of condo and HOA attorneys are well-versed in the laws that regulate community associations in Birmingham, Michigan.

The Hirzel Law, PLC legal team works closely with Birmingham condominium associations to advise on legal matters they may face. Whether your HOA needs assistance with updating community regulations, collecting delinquent HOA fees, amending governing documents, or is seeking general legal counsel, we can help.

Legal Representation for Birmingham, Michigan Condominium and Homeowners Associations

If you are a member of a condominium or homeowners association board, you may be familiar with the potential for challenges to arise. Birmingham, Michigan condo and homeowners associations are advised to seek the help of an attorney who has the experience to undertake such complicated matters.

The community association bylaws governing Birmingham, Michigan condo and homeowners associations may be full of legalese and difficult for volunteer board members to interpret. However, the condo and HOA attorneys at Hirzel Law, PLC are equipped to interpret governing documents as we represent hundreds of community associations throughout Michigan.

Common legal matters involving Birmingham, Michigan condo and homeowners associations may include:

  • Amending articles of incorporation
  • Amending HOA bylaws
  • Collecting unpaid condominium assessments
  • Drafting deed restrictions
  • Drafting HOA Rules
  • HOA Bylaw Enforcement
  • Ensuring compliance with the Michigan Condominium Act
  • Maintaining compliance with the Fair Housing Act
  • Managing developer turnover
  • Reviewing HOA contracts

Hirzel Law, PLC condominium and homeowners association attorneys can also advise your board on how best to enforce existing condominium bylaws and deed restrictions. We can help your community association develop a simplified approach to your rule enforcement policies and walk you through the entire process step by step.

Condo and HOA Lawyers Collecting Delinquent Dues in Birmingham, Michigan

HOA Fees are a necessary part of all condominium and homeowners associations in Birmingham, Michigan. HOA dues support the association’s operations, while helping board members provide and maintain the common elements that residents enjoy.

Unfortunately, when certain owners fail to pay their share, the rest of the co-owners in a condominium must make up the difference. It is unfair for these co-owners (who usually have not done anything wrong and have no involvement in the other members’ failure to pay) to make up the difference.

The condo and homeowners association lawyers with Hirzel Law, PLC, understand how essential it is that owners pay their condo association dues. We have worked with community associations throughout Michigan to recover delinquent HOA dues. Our HOA attorneys can create debt collection policies that simultaneously treat owners with unpaid fees fairly and effectively resolve HOA delinquency issues.

Award-Winning Condominium and HOA Attorney Servicing Birmingham, Michigan

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A qualified HOA attorney can help your Birmingham condominium or homeowners association avoid many of the legal issues and complexities commonly faced by other associations, allowing you to run your community association successfully.

At Hirzel Law, PLC, we pride ourselves on our customer service as well as our proficiency in Michigan condominium and homeowners association law. We strive to educate clients and achieve the best possible result in each case. Lawyers in our law firm have been recognized by Best Lawyers, the Community Association Institute’s College of Community Association Lawyers, Leading Lawyers, Michigan Top Lawyers, and Super Lawyers.

Contact Hirzel Law online or call 248-986-2921 (Farmington) or 231-486-5600 (Traverse City) or 616-319-9964 (Grand Rapids office) to see how our Michigan condominium and HOA attorneys can help represent the interests of your Birmingham condominium or homeowners association.