Condominium and HOA Collections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Condominium and HOA Collections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Associations Should Not Waive Assessments Homeowner and condominium associations should continue to address delinquent accounts even during the COVID-19 pandemic to avoid significant harm to association finances. The associations that successfully come out of this...

Look for the Helpers:  A Board’s Role in the COVID-19 Crisis

Look for the Helpers: A Board’s Role in the COVID-19 Crisis

Fred Rogers of the PBS television show “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood” often related a quote his mother told him when he encountered scary news as a young boy: “Look for the helpers.  You will always find people who are helping.” Most members of community association Boards...

Association Meetings during COVID-19 Pandemic

Association Meetings during COVID-19 Pandemic

Over the past few days, every glance at an online news source or e-mail inbox seems to bring fresh news of more cancellations of gatherings due to COVID-19 (commonly known as the coronavirus), ranging from entire sports seasons to schools, concerts and other events....

Common Mistakes to Avoid According to an HOA Attorney in Georgia

Common Mistakes to Avoid According to an HOA Attorney in Georgia

If you’re a Homeowner’s Association Board Member, understanding the intricacies of your responsibilities can feel overwhelming – especially so if you’ve just joined or have never served on an HOA board before. If you want to avoid the need for an hoa attorney in...

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Mandatory Requirements of Governor Kemp’s May 28 Order

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