Home Owner Associations
Provo Homeowner Association Attorneys
Whether you are a developer, a homeowner association or a homeowner, obtaining good legal advice is key to protecting your interests. Utah statutes and case law change often, and before you take any steps that cannot easily be undone, it's important to seek counsel from an attorney who knows the current rules.
At the law firm of Robinson, Seiler & Anderson, LC, our Provo Real Estate Attorneys help developers turn over ownership of planned housing units to owners. We also represent homeowner associations and homeowners. The following are examples of the kinds of legal services we provide:
- Creation of homeowner associations (HOA) and public utility districts (PUD)
- Drafting association bylaws
- Guiding homeowner associations through the legal process of obtaining assessments
- Recording liens and handling collection actions if a homeowner hasn't paid annual and monthly dues
- Helping homeowners' associates comply with legal requirements
- Representing homeowner associations and homeowners in disputes over enforcement of rules, unfair assessments, personal injury and use of property
If you are a homeowner who has a dispute with a HOA or PUD, you should contact an attorney for advice before you take action on your own. If you stop paying your dues, the association or district can put a lien on your property and sell your property to pay your assessment. The court may also order you to pay the HOA's or PUD's attorney fees.
Contact Our Utah Law Firm
To arrange a consultation with our Provo Attorneys, call 801-375-1920 (888-866-3503 toll free).
Serving Provo, Orem, Park City, Heber City, Salt Lake City, Cedar City, American Fork, UT, and surrounding areas.
Our Real Estate lawyers
Mark F. RobinsonPartner
Thomas W. SeilerPartner
Jared L. AndersonPartner
Morgan Fife Nonequity Partner
Jamis M. GardnerAssociate
Derek T. MarshallAssociate
Lacee M. WhimpeyAssociate
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“I have worked with Mark Robinson and his firm on several important matters over the last two years. I have received invaluable legal counsel from him, along with ideas for policy development. He has helped me immensely in my role in the Provo City School District.”
—Keith C. Rittel