Before You Litigate, Mediate

If you live in a community association, you have probably encountered neighbors failing to act neighborly. It is not uncommon for owners to get into disputes with one another and the association. For homeowners and associations alike, litigation can be a costly and time-consuming means to resolve such disputes.   Read the article………….


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