Community Association Law
The experienced attorneys at O’Kelley and Sorohan Attorneys at Law, LLC can help you with every aspect of your community association. Georgia recognizes three kinds of community associations: Condominium Owner Associations, Property Owner Associations, and common law Homeowner Associations. The different types of community association have different laws that apply to them. Whenever there is a dispute between a home owner and their community association, the first place to go is to review the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants for that neighborhood, and see what laws and rules apply to the situation. Every homeowners association has individualized covenants and by-laws that apply to them, so often there is no general solution to a problem.

If you are a new member of the Board of Directors of an association, learning the ins and outs of your community association can be a difficult time. We would be happy to review your governing documents, and advise you during your transition to the Board. Interpreting Covenants and By-laws and applying those rules to real life situations with homeowners can be difficult. Let us advise you of the best way to handle the situations that come-up so that your neighborhood addresses problems the right way, the first time.

If you need to revise your Covenants, we are happy to advise you through drafting the new provisions, the voting process, and ensuring that your Declaration of Restrictive Covenants is recorded properly.

If you are a builder building a new community, let our team of attorneys in the Builder Services Group [link to page] and the community association law group help create your community association. From forming the nonprofit company to run the community and drafting your Declaration of Restrictive Covenants to transitioning the Board of Directors to the homeowners, we are here to help you.
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