By: Kiki Dillie For those of us that were involved with associations in the late 2000s and early 2010s, collections were difficult. The economy was in a recession and people were unemployed or underemployed. Homeowners often owed more on their homes than they were worth and mortgage companies were foreclosing at an alarming rate. CollectionsGo to Resource
As the United States and the world in general face unchartered territory due to COVID-19, common interest communities around the country are also trying to figure out what they can do, what they can’t do, and what they should do. To assist you with trying to figure all this out and making decisions on howGo to Resource
As we continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) developments, we are reaching out to our clients and colleagues to advise you of the steps we are taking and to assure you of our continuing availability to serve your legal needs. Given Governor Polis’s decision to move from Stay-at-Home protocol to Safer-at-Home protocol, ourGo to Resource
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