Representing Texas Homeowners Associations & those aggrieved by them

Attorney Trey Wilson handles lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes involving enforcement of restrictive covenants/deed restrictions, Homeowner Association member voting/ballot/proxy issues, HOA Board elections, collection of assessments/dues, placement and removal of liens, CCR/Declaration disputes, developer HOA control/turnover, ACC approval, HOA Board governance, Abuses by Homeowners Associations and drafting/amendment of HOA documents including By-laws.


New State Bar of Texas Blog for Lawyers Handling HOA Issues

The information age has definitely impacted the practice of law. Among the many benefits the internet offers to lawyers, is the ability to exchange ideas and information with other attorneys with similar practices, irrespective of your proximity, and even if you've never met. A perfect example is a new private, subscriber-based BLOG called "Property Owner Association Lawyers."

The blog was created by a Ft. Worth lawyer utilizing the "TexasBar Circle" program sponsored by the State Bar of Texas. She describes the blog -- which is restricted and private -- "A place for lawyers who represent or create property owner associations (including condos!) in Texas to meet and discuss issues."

As a Texas lawyer who represents Homeowners Association members (owners of property located in communities with HOAs), and Associations, themselves, I am excited about the possibilities of the new blog.