Community Association Law

Bergmann Good serves clients throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania counseling condominium and homeowners associations regarding all facets of community living from transition matters to the ongoing development and daily operation of the community. We handle all facets of Condominium and Homeowners Association law, from collections and lien foreclosures to enforcement matters and injunctive relief actions. In this capacity, we recognize that many individuals play a vital role in a community; therefore, the attorneys at Bergmann Good work to address the specific needs of property managers, board members, and homeowners who are dedicated to those communities.
At Bergmann Good, we take the approach that associations must function like any other business. As such, we counsel our clients from a proactive standpoint, emphasizing sound planning and conflict avoidance. When needed, though, we stand ready to employ our highly developed assessment collection and rules enforcement systems which are geared to bring about rapid compliance and/or payment in a cost effective manner.
Contact Bergmann Good if your Board needs help with any community issues. The firm’s full-service practice includes representation on the following matters:

  • Drafting Community Association Governing Documents
  • Amending Community Association Governing Documents
  • Creating the Non-Profit Corporation
  • Assessment Collection and Litigation
  • Enforcement of the Community Association’s Governing Documents
  • General Legal Counsel for Board Matters
  • Developer Turnover
  • Construction Defects
  • Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation
  • Fair Housing Laws
  • Contract Review and Negotiation
  • Planned Community Property Tax Issues

The firm is also an active member of CAI, the Community Associations Institute. If you would like more information about Firm’s expertise and ability to represent your Community Association, please contact Scott J. Good at