Kenneth E. Chadwick

Locations:

3201 Jermantown Road
Suite 600
Fairfax, VA  22030
Telephone: 703-352-1900
Fax: 703-352-5293

Biography

Kenneth E. Chadwick is a shareholder and founding member of the firm, domiciled in the firm’s Fairfax office and oftentimes in the Richmond office. His practice areas include community association law, small business law and litigation. Ken provides counsel and advice to the firm’s community association clients regarding general community association issues, Fair Housing issues, insurance matters and legislation. Recent projects include preparing the governing documents for several homeowners associations, resolving several Fair Housing claims and challenging a local jurisdiction’s attempt to include a community association under a county-mandated maintenance program for public improvements on association property for which the association and its members would be fiscally responsible.

Ken also serves on the Virginia Legislative Coalition, now the Community Associations Institute’s (“CAI”) VALAC, which is a cooperative joint effort between the three Community Associations Institute chapters in Virginia.

Click here to see Ken’s 2017 appearance on Fairfax County’s “You’re Community, You’re Connected” TV show, which focused on Association insurance.  Ken also presented at the 2021 Community Association Law Seminar, sitting as a panelist on a session called “Aging in Place.”

Focus areas in community association law

  • General counseling and representation
  • Fair housing issues
  • Insurance matters
  • Legislation advice

Education

Admitted

  • 1981, Virginia
  • 1992, U.S. Tax Court
  • 1994, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia
  • 1995, Maryland

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