Condominium Law

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At the law office of Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi, we know Massachusetts and Rhode Island condominium law. Our attorneys have been involved for many years in this area of Massachusetts real estate law, and helped draft legislation to include community associations. One of our partners, Henry A. Goodman was the first condominium lawyer in Massachusetts and Rhode Island to institute foreclosure proceedings for non-payment of condo fees and he was the first attorney to institute lien enforcement. We put his extensive experience and skill to work for our clients.

Our attorneys have held many leadership positions in the New England chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI). Our clients include more than 500 Massachusetts and Rhode Island condo association Boards, developers of condominium complexes, and the management of active Adult Communities. Our attorneys have lectured extensively on condominium law to developers, other attorneys, and condo Boards. To put this knowledge to work for your organization, contact the condominium lawyers at Goodman, Shapiro & Lombardi.

Condominium Association Legal Services

Our Massachusetts and Rhode Island condominium lawyers provide a wide range of services to the associations and Boards that constitute our clients, including:

  • contract review
  • general legal advice
  • revise bylaws
  • enforce restrictions
  • collect unpaid assessments
  • draft amendments to bylaws
  • attend Board meetings
  • represent associations in litigation
  • negotiate contracts with suppliers
  • contract litigation
  • interpret governing documents and
  • evaluate any restrictions imposed
  • respond to construction defect claims