Many Florida Condominium Associations have made it increasingly more difficult for individuals with assistance animals like Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals. Contrary to both State and Federal Laws, some Associations have refused to allow Emotional Support Animals…Read more
As a Florida Condo Lawyer with offices near Miami, South Beach, Sunny Isles, Aventura and Fort Lauderdale, I get hundreds of calls from condo owners that have suffered some type of damage due to toxic mold and water intrusion from the condominium common elements like…Read more
As an Attorney that represents Condo Owners and Homeowners throughout Florida, the term I hear the most from the many people that call my Hallandale Beach Florida Office is “Selective Enforcement.” Most people don’t really understand exactly what this term means and how it is…Read more
When you own a condo, you’re usually part of an association, an HOA. This association typically requires all members to pay membership fees and abide by certain rules and guidelines. As an owner and association member, you’re entitled to certain rights and protections under the law, and a Florida condo attorney can help you defend or assert those rights.
Whether you are a condo owner dealing with condo law in Boca Raton or Fort Lauderdale, you need an HOA attorney that represents individual unit owners to ensure you get the best legal advice. Choose an HOA lawyer who represents individuals in condo law disputes in Palm Beach before it is time to go to court.
Attorney Herb Milgrim, is a condo lawyer in Florida that fights for Condo Owner’s rights in some of the most heavily populated areas like Miami, Brickell Ave, Aventura, Miami Beach, Sunny Isles, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Palm Beach. We’re experienced in Miami condo law and we offer services related to condominium law, the Florida Condominium Act, HOA issues, disaster recovery, hurricane claims, water and mold damage due to association’s failure to maintain common elements, injury claims in common areas, covenant enforcement, illegal budget increases, selective enforcement claims, improper leasing restrictions, tortious interference with owner’s right to sell or rent, pet restrictions, interference with an owner’s quiet use and enjoyment, noise complaints, harassment by board members and property management, architectural review claims, and improper use of funds by board members all over South Florida.