Conflict Resolution for Businesses, Associations & Homeowners
Irvine Homeowners Association (HOA) Attorney Dean E. Smart has been offering seasoned, knowledgeable representation to HOAs and homeowners in a broad range of HOA related topics for 25 years. The Law Offices of Irvine Homeowners Association Lawyer Dean Smart remains up to date on changes to HOAs to make sure that our clients always receive the highest quality legal representation.
A skilled, result-oriented HOA Lawyer, Attorney Dean Smart provides representation to property owners and homeowners associations in a wide variety of HOA issues, including (but not limited to) the following:
Architectural Approval:Irvine HOA Attorney Dean E. Smart helps individual property owners complete and submit applications for Architectural Approval to change or remodel their property or common areas. We also advise HOAs as to whether they should approve or deny homeowner architectural approval applications.
Board & Member Meetings:Irvine Homeowners Association Attorney Dean Smart offers advice with respect to Board & Member Meeting compliance requirements, and represents individual homeowners who believe that their HOA is in violation of rules relating to how Board and Member meetings must be conducted.
CC&Rs and Bylaws:Irvine HOA Lawyer Dean Smart provides skilled representation and advice to HOAs drafting, modifying, interpreting and enforcing Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions and Homeowners Association Bylaws. We also represent property owners who are disputing the validity of provisions set forth in such.
HOA / Owner Disputes:Representation to both HOAs and separate interest property owners engaged in disputes regarding any HOA related issue, including the duties and responsibilities of both HOA Boards and Homeowners. Contact Irvine HOA Attorney Dean E. Smart at (940) 715-9300 to arrange a free consultation.
HOA Collections:Aggressive collection of fees and assessments owed by Property Owners who are in default and advice to property owners regarding how to cure default and avoid foreclosure.