Homeowners & Condominium Association Law

Homeowners & Condominium Association Lawyers

Our community association lawyers provide a wide range of services geared specifically for property owners in homeowner’s associations and condominium associations.

Representing Homeowners Against their HOA or Condominium Association Regarding:

  • Interpretation of Association Governing Documents
  • Preparation of Amendments to Association Governing Documents
  • Enforcement of Association Governing Documents
  • Breaches of Fiduciary Duty
  • Misappropriation of Funds
  • Board Members Acting Outside of the Scope of their Authority
  • Breaches of Covenants
  • Breaches of Statutory Duty
  • Negligence
  • Defamation
  • Violation of the Fair Housing Act
  • Unlawful Decrease in Property Value
We focus our practice in the area of Palm Beach County and Broward County Florida, however we are capable of handling cases in all of South Florida.

Please contact us today if you wish to discuss your legal situation and find out how we can help you achieve the results you desire.

You can reach Matthew or Jordan by calling (561) 859-0679 or emailing us at info@glachmanbrill.com.

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If you wish to discuss your legal situation and find out how we can help you achieve the results you desire!

Glowing Reviews From Our Clients

I signed a lease agreement thinking I was renting my dream home. After I moved in my dream quickly became a nightmare filled with mold, pests, unfinished repairs, and disorderly neighbors. Matt and Jordan quickly and aggressively came to my rescue. Not only were they able to get me out of my lease without penalty, they were also able to get me monetary compensation for my suffering!

 

- Melissa S.

I found Glachman & Brill while searching the internet for an attorney who would be willing to battle my homeowner's association. It was not easy to find an attorney who was interested, but Matt and Jordan jumped at the chance to help me. In just 3 months, they were able to hold the association accountable for its actions and obtained the exact result I desired. Money well spent.
 

- Peter L.