Community Association Law & Litigation

All of the Partners at Winter Capriola Zenner have experience in the Community Association arena and remain passionately active in the Community Association practice. WCZ brings concerned counsel to the area of Community Association law with the in-depth understanding of their ongoing nature. We bring trustworthy and ambitious qualities to represent associations, with the experience level needed to resolve problems that associations might confront, without litigation. Our lawyers work closely with the governing bodies of community associations and their management professionals to achieve their desired objectives. We are recognized in the industry for having an aggressive and successful collections department with a team of seasoned and proactive collection paralegals to help volunteer board members maintain their fiduciary obligations to their communities with minimal disruption, as quickly and efficiently as possible. We provide comprehensive legal counsel on a wide array of community association issues. Over the years, we have frequently represented these clients in matters concerning the following areas:

• Alternative Dispute Resolution
• Annual Meetings, Board Meetings, and Hearings
• Architectural Design and Review
• Collection of Assessments
• Contract Review and Disputes
• Construction Defect
• Cost Sharing Agreements
• Covenant Enforcement
• Developer Transition and Disputes
• Document Amendments and Restatements
• Document Interpretation
• Education to Board Members and Homeowners
• Enforcement of Governing Documents
• Foreclosure of Liens
• General Corporate Affairs
• General Litigation Matters
• Homeowner Dispute Resolution
• Insurance Claims and Defenses
• Insurance Reviews 
• Master/sub Association Relations
• Vendor Disputes
• Zoning Issues

WCZ is very active in the Georgia Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (“CAI”), its various committees, and the activities CAI sponsors. WCZ is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of the Georgia Chapter of CAI.

Winter Capriola Zenner attorneys have proven their thought leadership time and time again by giving influential lectures at seminars, writing articles on topics pertaining to community associations, taking on leadership roles in CAI committees, and more. We have three Past-Presidents of the local chapter of CAI (more than any other law firm can say!), boast two Rita Kennedy Award winners, and one member of the CAI-Georgia Hall of Fame, and many of our attorneys remain actively involved in the organization as committee members.

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