We provide guidance on fiduciary responsibilities, meetings and voting.
We assist boards of directors in understanding their duties of care, loyalty, and good faith to the community associations they serve. Our attorneys help ensure the board knows how to make decisions in the best interest of the community, which reduces potential liabilities for board members and upholds the community’s trust and confidence in its leadership.
Also, directors need to know how to call and hold meetings of the board and members. We regularly provide guidance on parliamentary procedure, voting, agendas, and more. Our attorneys are also available to attend meetings in person or online.
You can read more about corporate governance in the following blog articles:
Community Association Management and Administration After COVID
Leveraging the Power of Committees in Associations
Broad Protections Afforded to Directors in a Litigious Age
Disparate Impact Discrimination Claims In Your Association
Upholding Community Standards
We help interpret, establish and advise on solid enforcement procedures.
The restrictions in your governing documents are valuable assets that support the value of your home. If your community’s standards are compromised, prospective buyers will notice.
Click the button below to see a video introducing our online MAGC system for enforcement and collection matters.
Years in Business
Protecting Your Interests
We negotiate contracts for maintenance, repairs and services.
For example, we ensure that contracts have proper protections for the association with respect to renewal terms, liability, payment, and termination of the contract.
Our clients appreciate the opportunities we provide for training and education, and we believe it’s part of our job as leaders in the community association industry.
Growing Along With You
We offer regular opportunities to learn more about community association law and best practices.
Our attorneys are regular speakers at educational events, including those held by the Michigan Chapter of Community Associations Institute and United Condominium Owners of Michigan. Additionally, we offer our own opportunities to connect through educational webinars. Sign up for our email newsletter to be notified of the next event.
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We provide regular updates on Michigan community association governance issues and new developments in the law through our email newsletter, the Community Association Connection.
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