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Condominium Attorneys

Providing legal assistance to condo owners and associations

If you own a property and wish to convert it into condominiums, there are numerous laws in the state of Washington with which you must comply. Additionally, once a condo complex has been established, many documents and agreements must be drafted, negotiated, and signed. All of these situations may be legally complicated and you should always have the guidance of an experienced condominium attorney who has a thorough understanding of all relevant laws.

If you have any questions about legal issues related to condominiums, please do not hesitate to call the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess at 206-621-1110 (Seattle), 253-572-1000 (Tacoma), 360-742-3500 (Olympia), 971-416-0881 (Portland) today.

Condominium Act Compliance

Washington statute Chapter 64.34 RCW1 governs the creation, alteration, management and termination requirements in our state. This Condominium Act has numerous provisions addressing the following and more:

  • Condo conversions projects
  • Community agreements
  • Bylaws2
  • Voting and quorums
  • Meetings
  • Contracts and lease agreements
  • Rights and responsibilities of condo purchasers

Failing to comply with these many laws can result in costly fines or other legal repercussions.

In addition to compliance with the many laws, you may also be facing legal issues if a dispute arises between owners and management or any other relevant party. Having a trusted and experienced attorney can help you maintain a successful condo community while avoiding legal penalties and can assist you in resolving disputes swiftly and efficiently.

Contact an experienced condominium attorney for assistance today

Failing to comply with relevant laws during a condo conversion can cause many complications and delays in your project Additionally, having any type of discord between condominium owners and management in an established complex can cause substantial issues in the community. At the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess, we work to assist condominium complexes and owners to properly draft agreements, bylaws, and to encourage compliance with these bylaws. Additionally, should an owner bring a legal claim, our experienced real estate attorneys can help you resolve the dispute in a timely and cost-effective manner.

Please do not hesitate to call the Dickson Frohlich Phillips Burgess for assistance at 206-621-1110 (Seattle), 253-572-1000 (Tacoma), 360-742-3500 (Olympia), 971-416-0881 (Portland) today.