If you’re in a fight with your HOA due to their abusive or negligent actions, you need expert representation on your side. Look no further than Bruce I. Flammey, an experienced HOA attorney in Las Vegas. He has the unique experience of managing HOAs for many years as well as representing individuals against HOA associations.
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Homeowners Associations (HOA) have the duty to maintain and operate residential communities. When it works well, an HOA is responsible for – maintenance, improving property values, and ensuring that your neighborhood is safe – freeing you up to take care of more important things in your life.
However, when problems arise and are allowed to get out of control, they can make your life difficult, decrease your property value, and make your once happy home a nightmare. In such cases, you need the help of an experienced HOA lawyer, such as Bruce I. Flammey, to represent you in your dispute and get the justice you deserve.
3 Reasons to Choose Bruce I. Flammey
He has more than 16 years experience as a lawyer focusing on Nevada common-interest community (HOA) law.
He knows HOAs from the inside out. He has more than 10 years experience managing associations and has represented both homeowners and HOA members in their disputes.
He’s passionate about helping people just like you get the justice they deserve. He’ll take the time to get to know you and understand your conflict so he can assist you in gaining a positive outcome in your dispute with your HOA or condo association.
Bruce Flammey Discusses: Why Take Legal Action Against Your HOA?
Sometimes, when all else fails–the letters have been sent, the meetings have been attended and the internal administrative options have all been exhausted–all that is left is legal action to protect one’s rights.
However, in Nevada, absent certain specifically identified circumstances, the members of an association cannot go directly to court.
Instead, specific procedures have to be followed in certain ways. In these instances, it’s
important not only to have legal counsel but to have legal counsel that is well versed in the practice of Nevada common-interest community law.
Specifically, legal counsel that is very knowledgeable about Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 116 and the operation of an association and its governing documents.
As a former community association manager–with a combined 10 years experience both in Virginia and in Nevada–I know how the associations are supposed to function and I know the law.
To that end, I believe I am uniquely qualified to assist you, the homeowner, in getting the best result possible in your dispute with your HOA.