Legislative Update

Read the 2018 Legislative Update for
New Community Association Laws


Jason R. Himschoot

“The ability to utilize the law to uphold the rights
guaranteed by our nation’s constitution is my way
of helping to shape the contours of our society.”


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customer service that our clients need and deserve.

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Our tradition of integrity is reflected in our rich and varied long-term client relationships, all built on mutual respect. We advocate passionately and thoroughly and consider it a privilege to serve as a trusted, knowledgeable advisor. Even our breadth of services supports our uniquely fluid processes—ones that seamlessly blend needs and wants with rights and legally sound remedies.

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There’s no question that we are driven by a profound passion for the law. But our greatest force is pouring decades of experience into making sure the law does right by you.

We provide our clients with professional, high quality, experienced representation in a broad range of matters including community association law, real estate, commercial litigation, estate planning, probate, corporate and business law, banking and financial services, family law, insurance coverage and carrier representation, personal injury, medical malpractice, class actions, and mass torts.

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September 30, 2018 in News, Questions & Answers

Should associations intervene with fighting neighbors?

Q: I serve on the Board of my homeowners association. We are replacing the pavers at the Clubhouse and the funds to pay for the replacement were in the budget.…
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September 30, 2018 in News, Questions & Answers

Membership approval may be needed for personal property alterations

Q: Our condominium association recently voted to purchase new pool furniture. The current furniture is not broken or old, but it was purchased under the previous Board of Directors with…
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September 23, 2018 in News, Questions & Answers

Are HOA board members immune from lawsuits by residents?

Q: We live in an HOA and purchased a single-family home with a three-car garage. At settlement we were given 3 electronic "clickers" garage door openers. The openers included a button for the…
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September 23, 2018 in News, Questions & Answers

How to get results from insurance carriers?

Q: Our condominium sustained significant damage from Hurricane Irma. It has been a year and our insurance carrier is offering a settlement that is woefully inadequate to address our damages. We have…
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