Community Association Law
Grime Law’s attorneys perform the spectrum legal work that community associations need:
- Negotiating, drafting, reviewing, and interpreting contracts.
- Reviewing, interpreting, revising, amending, and advising on, governing documents.
- Attending board, committee, and member meetings, and enforcement hearings.
- Representation in lawsuits, administrative claims, and other legal claims.
- Representation in all types of disputes, including, but not limited to, fair housing complaints, mold complaints, architectural approval compliance, governing document enforcement, contractor agreements, and elections.
- Training board and committee members, including orientation to new members, and legal updates.
- Conducting annual audits of governing documents, meeting minutes, and contracts in order to attempt to ensure that they are in compliance with law and are in the best interests of the associations.
- Providing advice as a measure to prevent future legal problems.
Grime Law’s lead community association law attorney, Brad Epstein, has been representing community associations in all of their legal matters for 27 years.