Morton, Valihura & Zerbato, LLC is the “go to” Delaware law firm for representation of common interest ownership communities, including homeowner and maintenance associations and condominiums, with twenty-five years of representations of such communities, large and small, throughout the State, including, predominantly, in Sussex County, Delaware.
Advice, Clarity, Comfort and Support on Issues Involving Deed Restricted Communities
The issues involving deed restricted communities can involve matters of Delaware corporation law, property and contract law, human relations, policymaking, and, when the need arises, litigation. The Firm, with significant legislative and government experience, a true corporate and contract law background and a large litigation practice, offers much needed advice, clarity, comfort and support to the Firm’s clients, providing workable solutions and viable options on any issue which might be faced by community associations and condominiums, including in the transitions away from developer-controlled Boards and Councils.
Working Closely with Board and Council to Solve Problems
The Firm prides itself in becoming partners with its clients and works closely with its Boards and Councils to not just answer questions they may have, but, more importantly to solve the problem that raised the questions in the first instance, and the Firm does so with a keen eye toward keeping costs down for its not-for-profit Association and condominium clients. The Firm also has an excellent reputation and track-record in collection on delinquent homeowner accounts, and its innovative and cost effective approach to collection matters has made it the Firm for common interest ownership communities to retain to obtain unpaid homeowner assessments, charges, fees and costs.
Whether addressing the intricacies of re-writes of Bylaws, Declarations or Codes of Regulation, considering the advisability of provisions of management, landscaping or other project contracts or offering advice and action options on reining in a recalcitrant homeowner who is avoiding the very community organizing contracts such homeowner agreed to upon accepting his or her deed to your deed or covenant restricted community, the attorneys at Morton, Valihura & Zerbato, LLC are available to work with you to address your desire in keeping your Delaware community or condominium a wonderful and special place to live and visit for all of its owners, families and their guests.