Homeowners' & Condominium Associations

Bristol George knows:

  • CC&R enforcement
  • Collection of unpaid dues
  • Defense against arbitrary CC&R enforcement
  • Preparation and interpretation of governing documents
  • Vendor contracts

How well an HOA or Condominium operates relies on the quality of the governing documents, and how closely the governing board holds to those documents. Even under the best of circumstances however, stuff happens. Bristol George will lend a hand and get your HOA back on track. Better to take action before home values suffer.

In the interest of community cohesion, Bristol George initially takes a non-confrontational stance. When a softball approach doesn't work, Bristol George changes gears and aggressively pursues its client's interests to the fullest extent of the law.

Don't let housing values suffer. Bristol George will get your HOA back on track.

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