Our AV-rated® law firm is ready to help you with delinquent homeowner HOA assessment collection. We have invested significant resources in technology and have a team of 17 dedicated attorneys to work with clients on HOA collections. Our lawyers understand local state laws in Arizona, so you know that your case is in capable hands. We have even shaped the HOA legal industry by delivering training, speaking on topics, and authoring case notes related to this important legal area. Whether you need support with demand letters, personal money judgments, HOA liens, foreclosures, bankruptcy, or garnishments, we can assist you. Unpaid HOA fees are another matter that we can work with you to resolve.
Learning More About Unpaid Assessments
HOA assessment fees consist of all the costs that are typically assessed to property owners. These costs cover services such as security, snow removal, lawn care, property maintenance, and security, to name a few. If a community has a common pool or community building equipment, those extras may also be included and may be more costly than other fees.
Assessments are important, but many homeowners fail to pay them. Some do so because they can’t afford the amount, while others simply choose to forego for no reason. Assessments are the lifeblood of an association. They are also generally an association’s sole source of revenue. Because they are so important, HOAs stand to gain a substantial amount when pursuing legal action against homeowners. However, active members of the military are protected from the collection of these fees. Abusive or illegal methods of debt collection are also forbidden under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
We work with board members, management companies, and others who are involved in an HOA to collect on any delinquent account that is causing issues for the association. Our cloud-based system utilizes state-of-the-art industry software to keep our clients knowledgeable regarding their legal cases on a minute-to-minute basis. Our legal team is led by veteran lawyers who are active members of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and the national College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL).
Legal Help is Available From Maxwell & Morgan, P.C.
Are you ready to request a proposal from our dedicated legal team? We keep you up-to-date on every aspect of your case and treat it like our only one, whether it is big or small. We have offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, as well as Salt Lake City, Utah, to serve you where you are. Call us at (480) 833-1001 or visit our website to learn more. We look forward to learning more about your HOA legal needs.