Florida condominium associations and homeowner associations face unique legal needs, and Ansbacher Law has the resources to assist. Our attorneys have experience assisting developers from the inception of planned community projection, and the skills to assist residents in the transition to membership control at turnover.
Ansbacher Law serves condominium and homeowner associations throughout North Florida. We serve association clients from our Jacksonville, St Augustine, and Clay County offices. Our attorneys will also travel to your community on request.
We assist condominium and homeowner associations with:
Barry Ansbacher is board certified by the Florida Bar as a real estate law specialist, construction law specialist, and condominium and homeowner association law specialist. He is the only attorney in the State of Florida to be recognized with all three certifications. Barry Ansbacher also serves as a member of the Florida Bar Standing Committee on Condominium and Planned Development Certification since 2019.
Attorney Christene Ertl is also recognized as a board-certified condominium and association law specialist by the Florida Bar. She is one of the few (less than 10) lawyers in North Florida to hold this distinction.
Operation of a condo association or homeowners association often requires assistance in implementing an effective collections policy, and we have a proven track record in this area. Our collections department is both effective in resolving cash flow problems and sensitive to the needs of the membership. When the board or community association management firm has a question on the day to day operations or requires an experienced litigation team, Ansbacher Law has the experienced professionals to timely and professionally provide legal services.
Barry Ansbacher is board certified by the Florida Bar as a real estate law specialist, construction law specialist, and condominium and homeowner association law specialist. While there are many attorneys who profess expertise in association law, our board-certified attorneys are recognized by the Florida Bar as experts. When a condominium association or homeowners association faces the challenge of dealing with construction defects at their property, they can rest assured Ansbacher Law has the experience, expertise, and determination to resolve their problems. Attorney Barry Ansbacher has recovered millions of dollars for his clients, enabling them to rebuild and preserve their residences which suffered from construction defects.
Ansbacher Law has proven jury trial experience. Many disputes are resolved prior to trial; however, if the association is not offered a fair settlement, we have the resources and ability to present your case to the jury in even the largest most complex cases.
Ansbacher Law will accept construction defect cases for condominium associations anywhere in Florida on a full-contingency basis. This means that your association is responsible for the legal fees and costs only if you win your case. Ansbacher Law has recovered millions for its association clients allowing your community to hold the responsible parties accountable. There is never a charge to evaluate your case or provide a second opinion.
An experienced association attorney can help Condominium and Homeowner Association Board Members meet numerous challenges. Although many associations employ a community association manager, the legal questions that inevitably arise in the operation can only be answered by a licensed Florida attorney. When common questions like these arise, call Ansbacher Law:
If you have reason to believe your home or condominium was not properly constructed, Florida Bar Board Certified construction attorney Barry Ansbacher and the construction litigation team at Ansbacher Law may be able to help. Our firm has recovered millions of dollars in construction defect claims for our clients. We frequently provide assistance to community associations in the following areas:
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