Thanks to the relevance of https://www.floridacondoattorneys.com.php53-11.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/ I get several calls each day from Florida Condo Owners that have problems with their Associations. Many have water damage claims due to the Association’s failure to maintain the common elements while others have problems with pet restrictions or with harassment from Board members. Because I charge by the hour for my services and usually require my clients to pay a Retainer that goes into my Trust Account as a security deposit for my time, many potential clients try to handle their problem on their own without legal representation. Florida Condo owners must remember that their Associations hire expensive law firms and experienced property managers to advise them how to defend against your claims and they use your maintenance dues to pay for this advice.
I have been following up with about 15 potential clients that have been trying to take on their Association without the help of an experienced Florida Condo Attorney and only one was lucky enough to resolve their case without legal representation. She was smart enough to get a Board Member to ally with her and advocate to the board for her. The others have experienced stonewalling and delay tactics by their associations without coming any closer to a resolution. Some have lost tenants and others have had to move out due to the presence of toxic mold.
Don’t try to deal with the matter on your own. Seek out legal advice from an experienced Trial Attorney that focuses on representing condo owners. Your Association keeps expensive Florida Law Firms on Retainer so they can fight and delay your claim, and they pay these expensive Law Firms with your money. You should not be forced to deal with experienced Property Managers and Attorneys without having someone fighting for you in your corner?
The Law Offices of Herb M. Milgrim, P.A, is a South Florida Law Firm that takes pride in representing Homeowners, Condo Owners and Co-op Owners that have disputes or are contemplating Litigation or a Lawsuit against their Association. Before you try and fight the Association you should contact us to get a free case evaluation.