“Experienced legal guidance for corporations, community associations, local governments and individuals”
Atlanta Community Association Law
Moore & Reese strives to be the best, not the biggest, community association firm in the Atlanta area. Our firm has had the privilege of representing many condominium, property owner, townhome and homeowner associations over the years. Our skilled team of knowledgeable attorneys and excellent paralegal and administrative staff has a great deal of experience in assisting associations in matters regarding transition from developer to owner control, interpretation and enforcement of covenants and other governing legal documents, developer turnover issues, advising boards of directors in regard to their legal rights and obligations under the association governing documents, revising and negotiating contracts, assisting with zoning and land use issues, collections and litigation matters. Moore & Reese is very proud of the results of the efforts of both the collection attorneys and collection paralegals in collecting past due assessments from owners. From simple demand letters to post-judgment location of assets, we can customize and tailor our efforts to suit the needs of your association. With direct access to your collection accounts to the responsiveness of our team, we make sure that you know what is being done to collect much-needed funds for the association. We can also customize training sessions for the Board of Directors on all aspects of community association law.
Moore & Reese offers community associations both retainer and non-retainer options. Our retainer program offers community associations the following benefits:
- Reduced hourly rates
- Free meeting with Board of Directors
- Flat rate charges for pre-litigation collection matters
- Deferred fee payment arrangement for litigation collection matters
Contact us to learn more about our community association law services and our retainer and our non-retainer options.
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