The Mysterious World of Bankruptcy

    By:  Amanda K. Ashley, Esq. Bankruptcy is one of those mystical creatures that we’ve all heard about but hope we never encounter it. If your association hasn’t yet dealt with an owner who filed or is in an active bankruptcy, there’s a very good chance that you will!  In fact, bankruptcies are frequentlyGo to Resource

Boards v. Owners: Who Gets to Make Decisions About What?

    By:  Elina B. Gilbert, Esq.   Have you ever been to an annual meeting where owners question decisions of the board and complain they were not consulted or allowed to vote on such decisions?  How about board meetings where owners attend and demand they be allowed to vote on certain decisions?  Unfortunately, thisGo to Resource

The Attorney-Client Privilege: Can You Keep a Secret?

    By:  Elina B. Gilbert, Esq.   The attorney-client privilege is the oldest privilege pertaining to confidential communications going back hundreds of years; the purpose of this privilege is to encourage full and frank communication between attorneys and their clients thereby allowing attorneys to be fully informed and provide the best legal representations theyGo to Resource

Hosting Social Events

By:  Kelly McQueeney, Esq.   It’s that time of year where communities start to fill up their social calendars with barbecues, pool parties, ice cream socials and other joyous spring and summer events. These types of events can be a great way to build a sense of community in a relaxed, fun environment. However, unfortunateGo to Resource