Law Offices of Nona L. Ostrove, LLC
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More and more individuals are living in common interest communities such as condominiums and homeowner associations.  As legal counsel to numerous associations throughout Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties, the Law Offices of Nona L. Ostrove, LLC provides personal representation to the Association boards as they face the challenge of administering their properties.

COUNSELING TO HELP THINGS RUN SMOOTHLY

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Help for community associations

Our services include counseling condominium and homeowner associations.  We will advise the board and work with the property manage to administer your association and ensure the smooth operation of your community including:

• Interpretation of association documents

 

• Answering day to day inquiries that come before association boards and their

 property managers.

 

• Election issues and voting procedures

COLLECTION OF ASSESSMENTS

Assessment income is the life blood of any community association.  We provide you with attorney supervised assessment collection services.  Let us walk you through what needs to happen to make sure it’s done right and in the most cost-efficient process.  

KEEPING THE COMMUNITY SAFE AND FAIR

Rules and regulations are important to keep any community run fairly and in the best interest of all members of the association.  We assist communities to draft rules as required and to enforce those rules in accordance with the association’s documents and New Jersey law.  

HELPING YOU UNDERSTAND THE GUIDELINES AND APPLICABLE LAW

Community associations face many challenges including regulations and inspections by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, federal and state regulations of everything from satellite antennas to solar panels of roofs, ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and Fair Housing regulations.  We can guide you through the alphabet soup of local, state and federal laws and regulations.  

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Whether through an arbitrator, mediator, covenants committee or a panel of residents from other communities, Alternative Dispute Resolution can provide the means to resolve disputes between the board and members of a community or between community members.  We provide assistance in drafting ADR procedures and implementing those procedures in your association.