Understanding your legal rights and obligations is important to avoid or resolve problems with your homeowners’ association quickly. Be sure to search this website for a particular topic to find answers to your HOA questions via legal articles authored by certified attorneys. We also offer direct links to the laws that govern homeowners’ associations and other helpful resources, at no cost to you.

If you still need help and wish to talk to an attorney, you have the following options:

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If you need immediate answers to your HOA questions and wish to talk to a certified lawyer online, you can type your question below to be connected to an attorney online for a reasonable service fee.

Need legal advice? Talk to an attorney in your area.

If you are looking for legal advice to understand your rights and options, it is important to talk to a qualified attorney in your state with ample experience practicing homeowners’ association law. The attorney will need to review the homeowners’ association’s governing documents, state statutes, understand the facts and circumstances of your case, in order to give you with legal advice.

For this reason, we recommend you visit the American State Bar Association (ABA) for an attorney referral. ABA is a voluntary association of lawyers who formulates model ethical codes related to the legal profession. All lawyer members of ABA must have an active, good standing license as an attorney.

You can visit ABA’s website and choose your state to find attorneys who specialize in homeowners’ association law in your area. Most attorneys offer free consultations.

Get answers from a lawyer, at no cost.

There are many online platforms available to the public, where you can submit your HOA questions and get answers for free. However, it is important to understand that your questions may not be private and the information you disclose may be used for marketing purposes. Therefore, we strongly recommend you do not disclose any personal information when using these platforms:

Once you post your question, a certified lawyer will typically provide you with a general answer within a couple of days from the date of your post.

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