Our Goal is Simple

To provide the professional counsel and
exceptional customer service that our
clients need and deserve.

At Goede, Adamczyk, DeBoest & Cross, we have one mission: to achieve an outcome with a cost effective solution. This means working strategically and expeditiously on your behalf. And it’s our pleasure.

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.

Our attorneys are thoughtful and collaborative. Our desire to learn and stay atop of the latest changes in the law is unquenchable. And our deep expertise has earned us roles as educators, presenters, authors, columnists and true industry leaders, defining the law as often as we defend it.

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.

The Firm’s multidiscipline approach allows us to handle complex matters without bringing in outside counsel which increases efficiency, saving our client’s both time and money.

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RECENT NEWS AND ARTICLES

May 23, 2019 in News, Questions & Answers

Our board is thinking about paying for the repairs in exchange for all of the rent being paid to the association until the back assessments and the repair costs have been paid. Is this legal?

Q: A unit owner in my condo building hasn’t paid their assessments in a long time, and the board has liened the unit. The owner is trying to rent her unit,…
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May 23, 2019 in News, Questions & Answers

My condo board failed to timely hold an election in April and now we have one set for next week and today they are posting notice that it’s cancelled. Can they cancel with such short notice?

Q: Hi. My condo board failed to timely hold an election in April and now we have one set for next week and today they are posting notice that it’s cancelled.…
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May 23, 2019 in News, Questions & Answers

Is a state, county or city law that states there must be a handicap ramp to help wheelchairs or any other device to get on the elevator?

Q: I live in a 3 floor condominium our east wing and at the ground floor elevator entrance there is a step-up to get on the elevator. My question is whether…
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May 3, 2019 in News, Questions & Answers

How can the board enforce these rules and regulations without a fining system or some means of penalty for a violation?

Q: A couple weeks ago there was an article asking how to stop commercial vehicles or vehicles with commercial markings on them from parking in homeowner’s driveways when the HOA by-laws…
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