Danna McKitrick’s Condominium and Community Association practice represents condominium and homeowner associations in transactional and litigation matters related to community association law. We provide guidance on everything from operational questions to assisting with long-range strategic plans. As representatives of the association, we are there to provide support in the event of litigation. Our goal is to help associations govern themselves efficiently and effectively and to explain and minimize risk.
We work with your association and Board of Directors in many capacities, including:
- · Operational Issues, e.g., Compliance with Missouri Condominium Law and Nonprofit Corporation Law, Assistance with Fiscal Issues, Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims, Corporate Governance Issues, Voting Issues and Rights
- · Assessments: Enforcements, Collections, Special Assessments, Lien Recording and Foreclosures, etc.
- · Board Training: Best Practices
- · Bylaw Enforcement, Violation Issues and Fines, Rules and Regulations for Enforcement
- · Construction Defect Litigation Assistance
- · Contract Disputes and/or Review with Vendors
- · Document Drafting and Review, e.g., Amendments, Modifications, Procedures, FHA and VA Certification
- · Fair Housing Act and ADA Accommodations and Issues
- · Financial Structuring and Sourcing
- · Property Tax Appeals
In our multi-disciplinary approach to managing your community’s legal needs, your community’s attorney acts as liaison between the association and the firm’s other practice areas, such as construction law, employment law, technology, and real estate (collection/foreclosure/covenant enforcement). This allows our team to work in the most efficient, cost-effective, and responsive way to meet your legal needs.