Florida Condominiums Associations provide an invaluable service to Florida condominium owners.  These associations bear the responsibility of managing the condo’s finances, maintaining the common areas throughout the community and enforcing certain standards in accordance with its governing documents and Florida law.  By doing so, an effective condo association ensures that each unit owner meets their financial obligation and enables each owner to enjoy their property.  Due to the fact that condominiums typically contain a great deal of common areas, it is imperative that condo associations take immediate and decisive action to protect its unit owners’ overall interest.

Every association should retain legal counsel to promptly address their legal needs and ensure that the association’s board members’ actions are consistent with the associations’ governing documents and Florida law.  Because each condominium association is distinct, with its own rules, bylaws, and declaration, Silberman Law works closely with each condo association client to clearly understand the issues after reviewing the associations’ governing documents. 

Silberman Law can serve as the association’s general counsel and provide your condominium association with cost effective, high quality representation in the following areas:
  • Collection of unpaid assessments
  • Enforcing restrictive covenants
  • Election disputes and recall petitions
  • Litigation against the developer, unit or parcel owners, contractors, or vendors
  • Arbitration actions
  • Representation before the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (“DBPR”)
  • Legal opinions regarding interpretation of governing documents or Florida law
  • General legal representation regarding administration of the association’s business
  • Mediation
  • Other issues pertaining to condominium or homeowners’ associations

Experienced Condominium Association Attorney

If you require experienced legal representation regarding condominium association law, please contact Silberman Law at (813) 434-1266 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to schedule a confidential consultation with Mr. Silberman.