Community Associations are governed by Florida law, Florida administrative code, common law decisions by the courts, and of course, the declaration of covenants and restrictions, articles of incorporation, rules and regulations, and bylaws of the each unique community. The attorneys at PeytonBolin dedicate their practice to simplifying the complex nature of association governance into legal advice that clients can understand.
The community association board is running a business – a not for profit business – and we have created programs that educate board members, unit owners, and trusted advisors. The curriculum is Mastering the Business of Your Association ™, and is offered publically and for clients one on one. We also offer board member certification required by the state and CEU courses for community association managers. Why do we offer this education? PeytonBolin is committed to partnering with communities and their key vendors to protect and preserve property values through effective governance.
As a full service real estate law firm, our attorneys handle everything that an association may encounter from collection of assessments, elections, violation enforcement and disputes to insurance claims, construction defects, and land use. The firm was founded by Jane F. Bolin and Mauri E. Peyton. Jane owned and operated a portfolio management company prior to the founding the firm, and Mauri Peyton and Joe Giannell (partners of the firm) are both Florida real estate board certified attorneys.
Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how PeytonBolin can support your community or your personal legal needs.