Community Association Law Attorneys Serving Clients in North Carolina
Morganton law firm keeps your community running properly
Condominium and homeowner-planned communities are unique small businesses in which every member has an important stake. Unresolved disputes or financial problems will have a significant impact on the joy and financial reward everyone reaps from his or her property ownership. That is why it is so important to work with a qualified community association lawyer who both understands North Carolina condo law and homeowner association law and is committed to finding effective resolutions.
Starnes Aycock Law Firm provides general legal and corporate counsel, maintenance assessment collection, and rule and covenant enforcement services for condo associations and homeowners’ associations (HOA). When a resolution cannot be reached, we are prepared to take your case to court or arbitration.
We represent condominium associations and HOA associations, boards of directors, community association managers (CAMs), and individual unit owners.
We can help you with any of the following:
- Structuring and operation of condominiums, planned communities and their management associations
- Drafting condominium and homeowners association documents
- General legal counsel regarding the statutes, rules and regulations for homeowners and condo associations in North Carolina
- Covenant enforcement
- Condo association and homeowner association litigation, arbitration and mediation
- Assessment lien enforcement and foreclosure
- Developer turnover negotiations or litigation
- Recall petitions and election disputes for association board membership
Mediation and arbitration services
Why spend money on litigation, when mediation and arbitration can result in a satisfactory resolution at less cost, usually in less time, and quite possibly with a better outcome for all parties? Contact us today to learn more about how mediation or arbitration may help resolve your North Carolina condo association or homeowners’ association dispute.