Condo and HOA Lawyers Serving Clinton Township

Just as any organization can benefit from the help of an attorney, so can community associations. Condominiums and homeowners associations (HOAs) must navigate complex legal issues that can be challenging without the help of an experienced attorney.

At Hirzel Law, PLC, our condo and HOA attorneys are vital components to the community associations they represent. We handle every legal facet of association operations, from the initial turnover from the developer to enforcement of document restrictions, collection of assessments, and litigation over disputes.

Services Our Firm Provides to Condominiums and HOAs in Clinton Township, Michigan

Homeowners associations and condominium owner associations in Clinton Township are required to comply with various laws, such as those regulating the association’s finances and common areas. A condo and HOA lawyer can help your community association maintain compliance with local, state, and federal laws, as well as handle matters involving:

  • Administration of the association
  • Amending condominium bylaws
  • Arbitration
  • Bylaw enforcement
  • Collections 
  • Contract review
  • Developer turnover and liability
  • Drafting rules and regulations
  • Fair Housing Act compliance
  • Governing document interpretation 
  • Insurance coverage
  • Litigation against developers, owners, contractors, and vendors
  • Mediation
  • Michigan Condominium Act compliance
  • Recall petitions
  • Voting and elections

A Hirzel Law, PLC condo and homeowners association lawyer can serve as your community association board’s counsel, advise them on the best practices, and steer them away from liability. In the long run, having an attorney representing the board’s interests may prevent the possibility of litigation.

Condo and HOA Lawyers Collecting Unpaid Dues in Clinton Township, Michigan

No matter where your community is located, it seems like there are always homeowners who do not pay their assessments. Dues are a necessary component of any condominium association or HOA. When owners fail to pay their dues, the homeowners association’s ability to provide essential services to their community is hindered.

Keeping up with fee collections is essential to the success of condo and HOA associations in Clinton Township. The lawyers at Hirzel Law, PLC are experienced in helping our clients collect delinquent HOA assessments.

A Hirzel Law, PLC lawyer can collect delinquent dues, by sending a demand letter, placing a lien on the property, obtaining a money judgment or by foreclosing on an HOA lien. we can help.

When community association boards are unsure what course of action to take with a homeowner who is delinquent with their dues, a condominium and homeowners association attorney can weigh in with their knowledgeable opinion. When condos and HOA boards retain the help of an attorney, they not only protect themselves but also the interests of all of their members.

How a Condo and Homeowners Association Lawyer Helps Clients in Clinton Township

Hirzel Law, PLC, is committed to providing responsive client service because we know that our prompt response is essential to your community association’s success. Our team has worked with communities across Michigan to ensure they are able to manage any legal issue that comes their way, whether that means amending bylaws, collecting HOA fees, or providing general legal counsel.

Our passion for educating clients, building solid cases, and providing dedicated legal representation to Michigan community associations has earned us numerous awards and recognitions, including the Community Association Institute’s College of Community Association Lawyers, Michigan Top Lawyers, Leading Lawyers, and recognition as the “Go-To Lawyer” in condo and real estate law from Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

To speak with one of our skilled HOA and condo attorneys, call our office at (248) 986-2921 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and discuss your options.