Azra Taslimi

Attorney- Litigation/Foreclosure

Phone: 303.991.2008
Azra began her career in New York where she worked for the State Public Defender’s Office. After moving to Colorado she worked for the Denver Public Defender’s Office where she represented clients in a variety of criminal matters. Her experience in the courtroom allows her to confidently and zealously advocate for her clients. Azra graduated from State University of New York at Buffalo and is so glad to have moved out of there (it snows 9 months out of the year). She enjoys the Colorado sun and mountains and loves to be outdoors.

B.A., State University of New York at Albany- 2004
Juris Doctor, State University of New York at Buffalo- 2007

Professional Organizations:
Community Association Institute
Colorado Bar Association

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:


2/4 – Ask the Experts – Covenant Enforcement and Litigation

5/26 – Board Member Basics: Covenant Enforcement

10/26 – Board Member Basics: Covenant Enforcement

12/2 – Ask the Experts – Free For All

Recent Publications by Azra Taslimi

Colorado is currently in Phase IB.2 of its vaccine distribution plan, which covers residents age 65 and older, first responders, teachers and educational staff, licensed childcare providers and governmental officials.  It is by Phase 3 that the vaccine is expected to available to the general public and anticipated to happen by summer of 2021.  JustGo to Article

One issue that comes up often in common interest communities is the responsibility that an association has when it comes to providing reasonable accommodations to residents with disabilities. Often managers and boards are left wondering what their options are in obtaining information necessary to evaluate such requests and the parameters within which such requests mustGo to Article

As COVID numbers increase, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) amended its Safer at Home Public Health Order in late October, to limit personal gatherings to no more than 10 people from a maximum of two households in addition to the mask and social distancing requirements.  Certain counties, like Denver, Arapahoe, Adams,Go to Article

Small Claims Court Litigation

Lawsuits make everyone nervous, even when they are brought in small claims courts.  While associations tend to bring a matter in county court or district court, small claims actions are appealing to individuals and small businesses.  This is because the rules of evidence are relaxed and typically small claims actions do not involve attorneys, whichGo to Resource
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