An experienced association lawyer from Ansbacher Law is available to attend your board meetings to answer day-to-day questions regarding operational, technical, regulatory, and practical issues. We are available to meet on an as-needed basis at any of our five office locations. In addition, our firm provides opinions and advice to its community association clients at four different levels:
- Initial Attorney Guidance: An experienced association attorney provides an immediate answer to your legal question via Zoom or phone. This type of response is appropriate for an initial assessment or confirmation of regular business practices.
- Preliminary Attorney Response: For legal questions that require document review or limited legal research, an experienced association attorney responds via Zoom or phone with timely information.
- Limited Opinion Letter: When a written opinion is requested, an experienced association attorney provides a response based on limited legal research. A second attorney also reviews the response before it is sent. A limited opinion letter is not appropriate for significant legal disputes or business decisions.
- Formal Opinion Letters: Appropriate before making significant business decisions or where opinion will be relied upon for responding to legal disputes. A formal opinion letter is based on extensive document review and legal research. The letter is reviewed and approved by at least two experienced attorneys, including a partner of the firm.
As a courtesy to our clients and without charge, Ansbacher Law prepares a portfolio of governing documents for your association so that we are able to respond to requests promptly. When a full legal opinion is requested, additional research may be required to ensure all-controlling documents are available for analysis.
An Experienced Association Lawyer for Board Meetings
Contact us today for additional information or to arrange a consultation with an Ansbacher Law attorney.