Plantation Florida Condominium and Homeowners Association Attorneys

As a litigation law firm, Stevens & Goldwyn, P.A. helps clients achieve their goals and strives for the best possible outcomes. We devote a significant portion of our practice to condominium and homeowners’ association law, providing overall association representation which includes association documentation, contracts, foreclosure, assessment collection, litigation and other related matters. Our firm also extends services to meet a variety of other legal needs.

John W. Stevens, III, and Brian S. Goldwyn founded Stevens & Goldwyn, P.A., a litigation law firm, located in Plantation, Florida. The firm serves clients throughout Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade counties. Many of our clients come by referral from surrounding cities, such as Plantation, Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Davie, Hollywood, Sunrise, Weston, Aventura, North Miami, and Miami.

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Through a free, no-obligation consultation, you can discuss your legal concerns with a partner of our firm. We look forward to answering your questions and seeing how we can meet your legal needs.
Call 954-476-2680 or contact us online today.

Our Attorneys

  • As Florida trial lawyers, we provide legal guidance to clients in numerous types of commercial and real estate transactions and help them resolve issues through arbitration, mediation, and courtroom litigation. We try civil cases at the state and federal levels and do appellate work.
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Condominium & Homeowners’ Association FAQs

  • What items are considered official records of the association?
  • How does an association amend its bylaws?
  • When does an amendment to the bylaws become effective?
  • Must the association pay for and insure its officers and directors?
  • When is arbitration required?
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  • Here are some links that Stevens & Goldwyn, P.A. provides to help you find more information about general legal matters, condominium and homeowner associations, real estate, corporations, business entities and debt collection.
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