Homeowners’ Associations, through their board members, have important responsibilities to the property owners living in their communities as well as requirements to meet under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act and other applicable law. Among other things, HOA board members have specific meeting procedures to follow, budgets to plan and meet, rules to enforce, and disputes to resolve. The scope and number of responsibilities for members of the HOA board or HOA managers can be overwhelming.
JVAM and its attorneys represent dozens of HOAs throughout Colorado. Our lawyers not only help board members meet their responsibilities under Colorado law, they have experience in adjacent fields such as litigation, construction, contracts, and real estate. Our attorneys not only know HOA law, but they can advise boards on nearly any HOA-related matter that might arise.
- Draft, amend, and interpret HOA’s governing documents, including declarations, covenants, bylaws, rules, and regulations.
- Counsel HOA boards on how to enforce governing documents, and/or resolve disputes that arise between the association and homeowners.
- Implement best practices for HOAs and their boards to ensure compliance with Colorado law and smooth operation.
- Negotiate contracts with vendors and managing agents.