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HOA Law Is About Community

The general purpose of a homeowners association (HOA) is to clearly outline the rules and services for a neighborhood development. Even if a conflict arises, residents and associations still share the common goal of needing to coexisting together.

At Law Office of Rick J. Miller, PLLC, HOAs and their residents can rely on an attorney with a unique perspective. During his two decades of practice, Mr. Miller has learned that the most satisfying resolutions to disputes are arrived at by clearly communicating the facts and identifying the core of misunderstanding.

Because Mr. Miller represents both HOAs and residents, he is able to help articulate the real concerns and work constructively to resolve these disputes. His peacekeeping approach aims to keep residents satisfied while serving the greater community as a whole through the association.

Insight For Creating And Operating An Association

HOAs and planned unit developments (PUDs) can benefit from Mr. Miller’s knowledge for:

  • Creation of bylaws and policies
  • Corporate governance
  • Real estate development issues
  • Contracts with vendors
  • Collections and fees
  • Disciplinary actions
  • Disputes with homeowners

HOAs and PUDs are subject to many rules and regulations in Texas. As your legal partner, Mr. Miller can help you successfully navigate the intricacies of your role. He has guided new associations through their formation, and he has facilitated boards in times of transition. Keeping your vision in mind, he is ready to provide targeted advice.

Protecting Homeowners’ Interests Through Collaboration

Before closing on a real estate purchase, it is vital to understand the HOA rules. Neighborhood disputes can develop for a variety of reasons. Mr. Miller blends his negotiation skills with advocacy for homeowners’ rights when problems arise.

He can assist you with issues involving:

  • Interpretations of the HOA rules
  • Unfair enforcement of the rules
  • Home repairs or upgrades
  • Waste disposal and yard maintenance
  • Exterior decoration and signage
  • Noise complaints
  • Frequent or numerous guests
  • Loud or loose pets

He will dive deep to review the covenants, conditions and restrictions of the HOA and how they may apply to your situation. Often, working with the association to reach a mutually agreeable arrangement or clarify the rules can better serve owners’ needs than an oppositional stance could. Mr. Miller seeks to peacefully resolve disputes to let you enjoy your property to the full extent.

Call An Attorney With A Personal Touch

Mr. Miller has a strong reputation for HOA law knowledge and friendly service. Call 281-990-4910 or email the firm to discuss your association or homeowners’ interests.