Who Can Recover Attorneys’ Fees in Disputes Between Associations and Law Firms?

Question: My homeowners’ association is in a dispute with our prior law firm regarding the payment of legal fees. We have not been able to come to a settlement and are currently scheduled to go to trial later this year. Our question is can the winning party recover their attorneys’ fees and costs in such a dispute?    Read the Q&A…………..


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