Condominium and Homeowners Association Law

Tucker & Tighe represents over 200 community associations ( click here for partial association client list) performing legal work such as:
  • Collecting delinquent accounts
  • Foreclosing liens
  • Working on claims against developers
  • Negotiating infrastructure responsibility with government
  • Enforcing rules
  • Interpreting declarations and other association documents
  • Representing associations in litigation and claims between overlapping associations
  • Pursuing recovery for damage to association property

Tucker & Tighe offers a cost effective solution to association collections with its "No Collection/No Fee" policy. No legal fees are charged to our association clients on collections except to the extent money or value is actually collected. Click here for more details.

Tucker & Tighe offers the following on-line resources for our clients and website visitors:

  • Homeowners Association Statute
  • Condominium Statute
  • Associations' Rights to Control Dish Placement
  • Getting Rules Enforced
  • Homeowners Associations - The New Local Governments

  • Please note this information and these articles are not intended to give any specific legal advice or opinion which should be sought from an attorney. The facts of any particular situation need to be examined before deciding on a legal course of action. The lawyers at Tucker & Tighe are available for consultation by e-mail, phone (954-467-7744), or office visit.



    Most associations pay attorney's fees to pursue delinquent accounts, even for those that turn out to be uncollectible. This means the Association's money is going the wrong way - flowing out instead of flowing in.

    Tucker & Tighe, P.A. offers the cost effective solution, with our No Collection/No Fee Policy. What this means is we never bill our association clients for collection work unless we get the delinquent owner to pay, or foreclosed property is sold or rented.

    This is beneficial to associations because:

    First, you will know you are not paying attorney's fees to pursue an uncollectible debt - we bear that risk.
    Second, you will know that we will do our best to collect, so that we get paid.

    Tucker & Tighe, P.A. represents numerous associations and has developed the No Collection/No Fee Policy based on:

    Computerization and procedures established to increase efficiency; and
    Our experience in doing association collection work. The only expense our associations bear is court costs, such as filing fees and service fees, when an association authorizes a lien foreclosure.

    We welcome your inquiries about our representation of your association. Please call Tom Tighe or Michelle Montekio.

    Practice of Reasonable Charges

    We agree that we are only worth our client's patronage if our charges are reasonable and competitive with the legal marketplace. Our billing practices are specifically designed to give our clients full information on any charges. Also, we will always strive to evaluate and suggest alternative solutions to legal problems, so that our clients will have the option of the least costly solution.