Community associations are multi-faceted corporations responsible for critical community functions such as budgeting and finances, covenant enforcement, and insurance and maintenance of common property and improvements. A community association is obligated to perform its duties in the interest of its membership in accordance with the governing documents of the community association as well as applicable statutory and administrative law. To this end, it is critical that a community association be proactive rather than reactive in identifying issues of importance to the community and its members. Coastal Association Law Group’s attorneys can assist in identifying critical issues which may affect the community association, and work to develop a comprehensive solution to those issues.
Coastal Association Law Group’s attorneys routinely provide advice and services to our community associations such as:
Our attorneys are available to attend board meetings and membership meetings in person or via the use of telephone conferencing or webconferencing. Contact us if your association would like to know more about this new, cost-effective webconferencing option.
The firm utilizes “COASTAL CONNECT“, a proprietary system for connecting clients with important information about their files. Association managers, officers and directors may be issued their own private log-ins and given the ability to access data in real time by clicking on the COASTAL CONNECT icon on this website.
Coastal Association Law Group, P.L. also represents business clients in the areas of construction law, insurance law, employment law, business law, real estate law and civil litigation.
All Florida community associations need a disaster plan. With hurricane season soon approaching, now is the time to develop or update your association’s disaster plan. Consult the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes’ excellent publication entitled “Preparing For A Disaster“ for useful information in developing or updating your association’s disaster plan.
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