As an HOA focused law firm, we offer many services that would benefit your association. Below are some sneak peaks of the services we offer! If you would like to discuss any of the options below or have questions, please feel free to email us at [email protected] or call us at 303-432-9999.

Policy Updates

9 Required Policies

Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-33.3-209.5 of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, an association is required to adopt nine policies. We can draft all nine required policies for a fixed fee. Please contact us at 303.432.9999 or [email protected] with any questions on the below, or other legal needs for your association.

Download the 9 Required Policies Information Sheet

Required and Recommended Policies

While not required under Colorado law, the information sheet below contains a list of standard recommended policies that may be appropriate for your association in addition to the 9 Required Policies above.

Download the Required and Recommended Policies Information Sheet

HB1310 and HB1229 Policy Updates

With the passage of HB21-1310 and HB21-1229, both of which went into effect on September 7, 2021, associations need to review and revise their existing rules, regulations and policies for inconsistency with the new law.

Download the HB1310 and HB1229 Information Sheet

HB22-1137 Policy Updates

On June 3, 2022, Governor Polis signed HB22-1137.  The new law revised various sections of CCIOA and requires associations to update their Collections, Enforcement, and Conduct of Meetings Policies.

Download the HB22-1137 Information Sheet

SB23-178 Policy Updates

On May 17, 2023, Governor Polis signed SB23-178.  The new law revises C.R.S. §38-33.3-106.5 of CCIOA, part of which addresses the use of xeriscape and drought-tolerant landscaping. Highlights of the new bill are explained in the information sheet below.

Download the SB23-178 Information Sheet

Insurance Claims Submission and Allocation of Deductible Policy and Procedure

With skyrocketing insurance costs and continued water intrusion claims, associations should ensure they have clear and easy-to-follow procedures in place for filing insurance claims and allocating deductibles to the appropriate parties.

Download the Insurance Claims Submission and Allocation of Deductible Policy and Procedure Information Sheet

Water Leak Policy

One of the most difficult situations for boards and community association managers to respond to is a water leak situation. Who is responsible for repairing what? Who is supposed to investigate? What if someone’s negligence caused the water leak? In order to more efficiently determine the source of leaks and mitigate damage caused by such leaks, associations should consider adopting a water leak policy.

Download the Water Leak Policy Information Sheet

Personal Identifying Information Policy

A PII policy is necessary for associations to establish a process for the security and destruction of documents containing personal identifying information in its possession, whether in paper or electronic format.

Download the Personal Identifying Information Policy Information Sheet

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