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Working With The Boards & Managing Agents

Even seemingly simple tasks, such as preparing a notice of a special meeting, can have costly legal consequences. Consulting with the experienced, detail-oriented lawyers at Gettinger Waldinger Monteleone Gushue & Hollis, LLP, first will ensure that the notice will enable the community to legally accomplish the objectives of the meeting. It will in the long run help avoid complex, expensive legal battles.

Gettinger Waldinger Monteleone Gushue & Hollis, LLP, is prepared to advise on all of the day-to-day operations of a community association that can have a legal impact.

Our experienced attorneys attend and help boards and managing agents prepare for annual and special meetings to ensure compliance with bylaws and prevent exposure to liability.

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Community association boards and managing agents are dedicated to the smooth operation of a large community of residents.

While in difficult economic times, it is understandable that boards and managing agents face pressure to avoid legal fees, consulting with counsel at the earliest stages of any decision-making process will, in the long run, ensure that actions are properly undertaken and help avoid potentially costly litigation.

Because our attorneys have, time and time again, addressed the issues typically confronted by boards and managing agents, their interactions with our clients are frequently short and sweet – a brief phone call or email exchange may ultimately save a community significant money and resources.

These consultations often concern:

  • Annual and special meetings
  • Notices of annual and special meetings
  • Bylaw interpretations
  • Applications for refinance
  • Publications of notices
  • Preparation of proxies and ballots
  • Special assessments
  • Fair Housing Act claims
  • Advice on matters which require unit owner consent

Leading Professionals Working With The Board And Managing Agents

Community association law is a specialized and unique area. Each association’s bylaws must be followed and compliance with applicable New York law ensured. Our attorneys are prepared to render the advice necessary to ensure the smooth operation of community associations.

From offices in Mount Kisco, New York, our lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout Westchester County and the Lower Hudson Valley. Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced Westchester County condo assessments attorney at our firm today.