Community Association/HOA

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When a planned community becomes more than just the glimmer of an idea, it is time to hire experienced legal advice.

The legalities begin with the documents officially forming the community or homeowners association. What guidelines are needed to keep the community harmonious? How will fees be collected? How will the governing body be set up? What types of funds will be created and how will revenue and spending be segregated? Those all are questions that need addressed early on.

Later, there will be issues such as handling those who fall behind on fees or who sue the association after an accident on common property.

Baker Ravenel & Bender’s attorneys are experienced at handling issues that arise in condominium regimes and other planned communities throughout South Carolina.

Attorneys who practice in this area

Catharine Garbee Griffin

Attorney, Managing Partner