Community Association Lawyer In Walworth County, Wisconsin

Legal Guidance For Housing And Community Associations

A Team of Experienced Wisconsin Lawyers

Efficiently forming, and then running, a condominium or other community association can be extremely challenging. It is important to create a standard set of rules and regulations without infringing too deeply upon your residents’ personal liberties. You must also remain mindful of the bottom line of costs and meeting all legal regulations applicable to your development.

At Sweet & Maier, S.C., we assist community associations and other property owners in handling their legal concerns in the most timely and cost-effective manner possible. Our lawyers have decades of experience providing clients in Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with meaningful legal solutions. Contact us at 608-291-3958 to schedule an initial consultation at our office in Elkhorn.

Meaningful Experience Working with Wisconsin Condominium Law

Our founder, Lowell E. Sweet, served on the committee that revised Wisconsin’s condominium laws, and received a special citation from the Wisconsin Legislature for his work on the Condominium Act of Wisconsin. Over the past several decades, Attorney Sweet developed extensive knowledge about housing and subdivisions, and has lectured and authored books and articles on the subject. Attorney Maier has lectured on legal issues applicable to community associations including at the College of Community Association Lawyers National Conference in Tuscan, AZ.

Our lawyers are knowledgeable about housing and condominium law, and are familiar with Fair Housing regulations, statutes and relevant court decisions. We are active members of the Condominium Association Institute (CAI) and the Wisconsin Condominium Association.

Some areas in which we assist clients in resolving include:

  • Forming an association by filing Articles of Incorporation
  • Compliance with housing regulations
  • Drafting and reviewing bylaws or rules and regulations
  • Running committee meetings
  • Drafting and reviewing budgets
  • Enforcement and collection of assessments
  • Defense against discrimination and other civil law claims

We will share our wisdom and experience in these areas in order to help your community association run as smoothly as possible. We will suggest opportunities for growth and assist you in implementing these strategies.

Contact us at 608-291-3958 to schedule an initial consultation and discuss how we can help you resolve your community association’s legal concerns. Our office is located in Elkhorn’s historic Inn’s of Court Building.