Community Association Litigation in Virginia and D.C.

Lawyers with the skill to handle HOA, condo and co-op lawsuits

You may hope that your community association can avoid taking disputes into litigation. Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C. does make every effort to resolve conflicts outside of court, but sometimes court action is necessary. The firm’s lawyers have the skill required to effectively represent your association’s interests during litigation.

Comprehensive litigation practice

Chadwick Washington has litigators with extensive experience in state and federal courts in Virginia and Washington, D.C. The firm’s attorneys have litigated a diverse range of community association cases, including issues of:

  • Covenant, bylaw and rule enforcement
  • Contract and commercial disputes
  • Developer warranty claims
  • Premises liability and insurance defense
  • Collections, bankruptcies and foreclosures
  • Insurance coverage disputes
  • Local government disputes
  • Discrimination complaints
    • Employment
    • Fair housing
  • Eminent domain
  • Corporate practice and procedure issues
  • Property rights disputes

Skilled representation whether you are the plaintiff or defendant

When your community has a grievance that requires redress, Chadwick Washington helps assess whether litigation is the most effective solution. If the firm determines that a lawsuit is the most appropriate course of action, its lawyers proceed to litigation with confidence.

If your association is served with a lawsuit, the firm works directly with you to determine the best litigation strategy, as well as settlement options. If necessary, the firm’s attorneys prepare for trial and vigorously defend your position.

A law firm with experience in community association litigation

Turn to lawyers with an exclusive focus on association law when you face litigation. Contact Chadwick Washington online or call 703.352.1900.

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