Homeowners and Condo Associations

Strong Advocacy In Homeowners Association Disputes


Homeowners associations are governed by detailed and complex rules and regulations. Depending on how documents were drafted, disputes and legal issues can arise quickly. Our attorneys at Hardyman│DiVerde Attorneys understand the complex nature of HOA issues and disputes.

We have experience handling a wide variety of issues involving HOAs. Our lawyers work with homeowners association boards and homeowners, so we understand both sides of disputes. This gives us a unique perspective and advantage when advising you of your rights and options.

Our attorneys understand how to navigate HOA concerns successfully. Call 815-964-8888 to discuss your case.


The Importance Of HOA Documents


Documents need to be drafted properly in order to be effective for both parties. When documents have mistakes or are misunderstood, disputes are more likely to happen. Our lawyers are skilled at drafting many different types of homeowners association documents and handling a variety of issues, including the following:

  • Drafting declarations and bylaws
  • Addressing zoning and planning issues
  • Enforcing bylaws
  • Litigating homeowners association disputes

Our Rockford, Illinois, law firm is dedicated to addressing all of your homeowner’s association needs. We can help draft your documents, explain your rights, and litigate disputes if necessary.

Many HOA boards and homeowners don’t fully understand their rights or the documents they have signed. We can help you address any potential issues that may lead to a legal dispute down the road to save you time and money.

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Contact Our Attorneys For Dedicated Representation

Our lawyers are skilled at handling homeowners association issues in Illinois. We understand how documents can prevent or lead to legal issues; so we make sure everything is accurate and correct so you are protected. To discuss your homeowner’s association matters, call us now or reach us online.