florida condominium and homeowners' association attorneys
The Law Offices of Kevin T. Wells, P.A. proudly represents over 450 community associations in Sarasota, Manatee and Pinellas counties. Located in downtown Sarasota, our firm is dedicated solely to the representation of Associations, not unit owners. Our attorneys have extensive experience with condominium and homeowner association law and related civil litigation. We offer a variety of services to Associations and strive to serve our clients' needs in an aggressive and cost-effective manner.
Legal Services Overview
We represent Condominium and Homeowners' Associations in foreclosures against unit owners or homeowners.
We represent community associations in their collection of delinquent assessments owed to the association by owners.
We represent community associations in enforcing rules and covenants against owners.
We represent the community associations' interests when the owner is in bank foreclosure.
We represent community associations not just in court but also in arbitrations and mediations.
We represent Condominium and Homeowners' Associations in enforcement suits.
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Kevin T. Wells, Esq. founded the Firm in 2006. In 2010 he was recognized by Florida Trend magazine as one of its "Florida Legal Elite"...Read More
Sue Ellen Krick, Esq. joined the Firm as a Senior Litigation Attorney. Ms. Krick has been engaged in civil litigation for over twelve years...Read More
Leah K. Burton recently joined our firm after practicing civil litigation in California for five years in the areas of...Read More
Mr. Olah is board certified in construction law by the Florida Bar and will be available to assist the firm's clients in all ....Read More
Christine B. Conradis joined our firm after gaining valuable experience clerking with the Firm for two consecutive summers during law school....Read More
Michael W. Cochran joined our firm with more than twelve years of litigation experience. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Cochran served as....Read More