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KEVIN HIRZEL’S ARTICLE IN THE WASHINGTON POST : KNOW WHICH CORONAVIRUS-RELATED RISKS ARE COVERED BY YOUR ASSOCIATION’S INSURANCE

KEVIN HIRZEL’S ARTICLE IN THE WASHINGTON POST : KNOW WHICH CORONAVIRUS-RELATED RISKS ARE COVERED BY YOUR ASSOCIATION’S INSURANCE

As governors around the country ease stay-at-home restrictions, community association boards are forced to make difficult decisions regarding opening common areas, where once ordinary activities such as going to the gym or swimming pool or throwing a party are now...
LANDLORD TENANT ISSUES IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

LANDLORD TENANT ISSUES IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

The novel coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”) has impacted nearly every aspect of life, including residential housing. People living in communal living spaces and apartment buildings need to take particular care to prevent and address community spread. Landlords and...
KEVIN HIRZEL’S INTERVIEW ON LAW AND CRIME NETWORK, COVID-19 LAW Q&A

KEVIN HIRZEL’S INTERVIEW ON LAW AND CRIME NETWORK, COVID-19 LAW Q&A

Law & Crime Network recently interviewed Kevin Hirzel regarding national issues that are arising due to the Covid-19 crisis . In this Q & A, Kevin Hirzel addresses rent and mortgage concerns, loan modifications, State Executive Orders and Federal stimulus...
HIRZEL LAW, PLC REMAINS OPEN

HIRZEL LAW, PLC REMAINS OPEN

With the growing concerns about the impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Hirzel Law’s highest priority is ensuring our staff and our clients are as safe as possible. It’s paramount to us that you continue to receive the same level of support you are accustomed to, and...
On the Waterfront: Fighting Lakefront Erosion Through Easement Maintenance

On the Waterfront: Fighting Lakefront Erosion Through Easement Maintenance

On February 12, 2020, the Ottawa County Circuit Court issued a decision in the consolidated cases Duke, et al v Wittenbach, et al, Case No 19-5989-CH and Wittenbach v Duke, et al, Case No 19-5995-CH.  The Duke cases are interesting because at first glance they appear...
RESOLVING SATELLITE DISH LOCATION DISPUTES: SASTIN 2, LLC V HEMINGWAY ASSOCIATION, INC

RESOLVING SATELLITE DISH LOCATION DISPUTES: SASTIN 2, LLC V HEMINGWAY ASSOCIATION, INC

Homeowner associations often seek to exercise architectural control over exterior structures within their communities which impact community aesthetics.  For some issues, however, an association’s concern over the form of a structure potentially impacts its function...