Homeowner Association Disputes
Homeowners' associations (HOA) represent homeowners living in a real estate development which maintain common areas for the use of all residents. They also enforce restrictions involving maintenance, building, and landscaping materials and décor, noise, nuisance, and blight.
HOAs often govern single-family subdivisions, townhome communities, and condominium developments. In every homeowners' association, a board of directors—elected by homeowners—governs HOA rules and bylaws. When a homeowners' association dispute arises, very often it means that one member has filed a complaint about another member.
Resolving HOA disputes can be a complex legal process. That's why it's critical that you have an experienced real estate attorney on your side who can help you every step of the way. That's why you need the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton. Founded by attorney Carlton, our firm has more than four decades of experience in Southern California resolving real estate disputes.