Berlin Patten Ebling’s experienced legal team specializes in providing comprehensive representation to various community associations, including condominium associations, homeowner associations, and cooperatives. Our legal team possesses extensive knowledge and skill in advising community associations on a wide range of topics that commonly arise in their day-to-day operations.
At Berlin Patten Ebling, we are highly proficient in representing and assisting community associations. Our expertise covers multiple aspects of this practice area, encompassing tasks such as offering guidance to the board of directors on the association’s daily operations, ensuring compliance with Florida law, facilitating and guiding all association meetings (Board of Directors, Membership, Committee), amending and revising association governing documents, drafting and revising contracts, enforcing covenants/deed restrictions and rules and regulations, collecting delinquent assessments, representing the association in construction disputes, and providing representation throughout the arbitration and mediation process, as required.
Our legal team also represents owners within a community association regarding disputes that may arise. We can advise owners on their rights and responsibilities under the association’s governing documents and Florida law.
As your dedicated legal team for community association law, you can rely on us to adopt a creative, sound, and results-driven approach to handling your legal matters.
• Advising boards of directors regarding general day-to-day operations
• Drafting governing document amendments
• Representation in litigation matters
• Representation in administrative disputes (Department of Business and Professional Regulation [DBPR] and Florida Commission on Human Relations [FCHR])
• Representation in arbitration and mediation proceedings
• Governing document enforcement actions
• Association foreclosure actions
• Bank foreclosure defense actions
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