Whether you are in the process of forming a new community association or are enforcing guidelines already determined, legal counsel can help your organization fulfill its vision for benefiting its membership.
Joan C. Wright
A Community Association exists to service the greater good of its members. Unfortunately, it must also work to protect itself from threats from within the membership as well as from beyond the members. When it comes to Nevada homeowners association law (Nevada HOA laws) and community association law, Allison MacKenzie helps condominium, cooperative and homeowners groups work their way through the gamut of issues to preserve and protect the vision of the organization while complying with the ever-increasing statutory obligations. Additionally, when government attempts to make decisions that affect your association, we activate our lobbying expertise and government contacts to understand any impact such actions may have on your association. Allison MacKenzie concentrates on helping your association do what it does best: serve its membership. From drafting, modification and enforcement of the covenants and restrictions to negotiation of contracts for provision of services, Allison MacKenzie has played an integral role in community associations law on behalf of a number of organizations. In particular, our community association attorneys can assist with:
• Formation and representation of community associations
• Drafting of association documents
• Representation of residential communities and commercial/office properties
• Complying with applicable state and federal laws
• Assisting in the interpretation and enforcement of governing documents
• Assisting the Board of Directors on fiscal matters
At Allison MacKenzie, our team of attorneys provides comprehensive counsel in a variety of areas. In particular, the attorneys featured below are experienced in Community Associations. To learn more about a particular attorney, please click on his/her name.
Allison MacKenzie serves an extensive clientele ranging from large corporations to small, entrepreneurial and family-owned businesses – as well as many individuals.
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