Community Association Lawyers

Resolving financial disputes for homeowners’ associations and condominium associations

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Butler Rowse-Oberle PLLC offers legal services to Community Associations and Property Management Companies. The firm provides technologically advanced, compliant computer systems coupled with extensive experience relating to association legal issues. Our modern case management software provides our clients with instant and secure access to status reports, documents and communications, and is offered at no cost to our clients. BRO Law’s experience in collections, bankruptcy, probate, document review and amendment, foreclosure, eviction, and other legal services puts the firm in a position to serve its clients’ needs.


Foreclosures are an unfortunate event for homeowners as well as communities. When foreclosures leave unpaid community association dues and fines, they can affect the community even more. Your community and your homeowners’ association or condominium association deserves stability. When the need for legal proceedings arise, your community needs strong representation. Our condominium and homeowners’ association lawyers will help to ensure your community’s interests are represented when foreclosures occur.

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Condominium associations and homeowners’ associations are maintained through community participation. When community members don’t pay dues or refuse to pay fines, collections litigation is sometimes required. Our condominium and homeowners’ association lawyers will help your community resolve disputes in a civil and professional manner. With reliable representation, you can continue to organize and maintain your community while legal experts enforce rules, regulations, fines and dues.

  • Lien placement
  • Collection by civil suit
  • Violation enforcement
  • Garnishment

Talk to a lawyer

If your homeowners association or condominium association is struggling with unpaid fines, dues, or questions about contract, we can help.

Document Review

Condominium associations and homeowners’ associations’ rules and regulations help a community maintain its value, security, uniformity, and stability. The documents and contracts supporting the associations help to determine how community members participate and how disputes are resolved. It is important to update documents accordingly, clarify sections when necessary, and enforce documents when needed. Our experienced attorneys will help you make sure that your documents are clear and secure.

  • Document review
  • Rules and regulations review and revision
  • Bylaws and Master Deed amendment
  • Document violation enforcement
  • Document interpretation and opinion
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How Can We Help?

Talk to a homeowner association lawyer and tell us about legal or documentation questions you have.