Condominium Law Group is working to keep our team and our clients safe and healthy. To that end, many of our employees continue to work from home part- or full-time. Our office is open by appointment only. Email continues to be the best way to communicate with our team, but phone lines are staffed and we remain committed to the level of responsiveness our clients rely on. Please wear a mask, wash your hands, and stay safe!
Each week we host a Q&A session on current condominium and homeowner association events and happenings to help stay in touch during these times. These Q&A sessions are held each Wednesday morning at 10am on Zoom. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to join! If you’re unable to make it, sessions are recorded and added to our YouTube channel later that day.
Representing Washington State condominium and homeowner associations is not only the core business of Condominium Law Group, but also our passion. We are industry leaders among the law firms serving Washington State condominium and homeowner associations. Condominium Law Group has the experience, resources and staff to offer exceptional yet cost-effective, client centered service your deserve.
As a small firm, we are able to offer you personal and individualized attention. We listen to our clients so we understand their needs and issues, and can identify the best solutions to their legal matters. Our attorneys are experienced and business-savvy. They will offer you practical, real world solutions, yet are ready to think out of the box and be innovative and creative when appropriate.
Condominium Law Group can assist condominium and association boards with many of their legal matters, including governance, daily operations, dispute resolution, collections, and litigation. For more information regarding all of the services Condominium Law Group can provide you, please visit the Our Services page.
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