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St. Charles Homeowners' Association (HOA) Attorney

So many homes today are being built in subdivisions that have homeowners' associations. These associations are there to protect the interests of the neighborhood, making them safe and assuring that property values remain stable.

Landlord, Tenants And Homeowners' Association Lawyer Serving Saint Louis Area

At the law firm of Stephen A. Martin, Attorney at Law, located in Saint Charles, Missouri, we have been representing homeowners' associations for more than 25 years. We know that without a committed and effective homeowners' association, the neighborhood cannot function adequately.

Homeowners pay a significant fee to ensure the grounds are maintained in a suitable fashion, that association privileges are not abused, and that the association provides the services for which they pay.

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There are many reasons a homeowners' association may need legal intervention:

  • A personal injury case is filed against the association for injuries sustained on their property
  • A resident files a lawsuit against the association
  • The residents want to change the association's bylaws
  • Boundary disputes over what is and isn't common ground
  • To enforce violations of bylaws
  • To place a lien for non-payment of association dues

These are only a few examples of an attorney's ability to protect and create a tranquil living environment for the people living in a subdivision, condo or other living arrangement that has a homeowners' association.

The law office of Stephen A. Martin provides comprehensive, exceptional legal counsel in Saint Charles, Saint Louis and the surrounding areas. If you are in these areas and seek outstanding HOA or landlord-tenant legal representation, contact us for you initial consultation.

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