Community Association Law (HOA)

Myers Widders Community Association lawyers have been providing the highest quality legal services to associations in the Tri-Counties and throughout California for decades.
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Community Associations have unique legal needs that often require a hybrid of legal resources that pull from many practice areas.


What we offer:

  • CC&R Bylaw Interpretation and Amendments
  • Rules Enforcement / Compliance
  • Construction Defect Claims
  • Construction and Building Condition
  • Litigation Services / Restraining Orders
  • Water Damage Disputes
  • Insurance Claims
  • Mold Liability
  • Mechanics Liens
  • Disability Compliance Guidelines
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Employment Law Counsel
  • Real Estate and Land Use Issues
  • Contract review and preparation
  • Consultation and Advice for Boards of Directors / General Counsel
  • Fee and assessment collection, including lien filing and foreclosure
  • Governing document preparation, interpretation and revision

Community Association Law FAQ -
Leaky roof and CC&R's

HOA Clubhouse and the ADA.
Are You Compliant?

Our firm’s extensive experience and knowledge of the following allows us to provide Community Associations with the most effective and comprehensive counsel available:

What our Attorneys Can Do for You

When the governing documents of a Community Association are clear and complete and applied consistently, there is less risk of a dispute. At Myers Widders, our goal is to keep our clients out of costly litigation. We find that taking a proactive approach allows associations to avoid future liabilities, disputes and potential lawsuits.

Providing Comprehensive Legal Services to Community Associations for decades

Since 1971, our firm has provided prompt, personal and reliable legal service to hundreds of Community associations and property managers. Members of the firm have been past presidents of the Channel Islands Chapter of Community Associations Institute and have been active with the California Association of Community Managers.
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Who We Serve

We represent clients in a wide variety of class action suits, including those involving employment and labor matters, such as wage and hour issues (which often arise from the failure of employers to pay overtime or failure to pay minimum wage), consumer protection, unfair business practices, false advertising, antitrust, predatory lending, and securities.
  • Community Associations
  • Homeowners Associations
  • Planned Unit Developments
  • Condominium Associations
  • Office Condominiums
  • Mixed-Use Associations
  • Senior Housing Communities
  • Mobile Park Associations
  • Business Park Associations

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Ventura Main Office

39 N. California Street St.
Ventura, CA 93001

Valencia Office

27240 Turnberry Lane Suite, 200
Valenica, CA 91355