Condominium Law

When your condominium association needs representation, look no further. Martin J. Greenberg is a renowned authority in this area and will put his expertise to work for you.

Our forty-plus years of experience with Wisconsin real estate law provides us with a keen understanding of the complexities involved with condominiums.

Condominium Law - Law Office of Marty J. Greenberg

The Law Office of Martin J. Greenberg, LLC, provides both transactional and litigation services to condominium developers and associations.

Our services include:

  • Drafting original declarations and bylaws
  • Drafting rules and regulations
  • Drafting unique amendments to meet our clients’ needs
  • Forming condominium associations and corporate governance
  • Condominium conversions
  • Providing legal opinions as to interpretation of condominium documents
  • Reviewing third-party vendor contracts
  • Municipal service issues
  • Statutory disclosure requirements
  • Sheriff Sales
  • Defense of Condominium Association in HUD investigation and complaints
  • Interpretation of homeowner association documents
  • Draft executive summaries
  • Draft disclaimers

While our transactional work is highly accomplished, we are also experienced at handling the unfortunate disputes that occur when property rights are shared.  This can involve:

  • Collection actions for maintenance fees, special assessments and fines
  • Filing and foreclosing condominium liens
  • Enforcement procedures
  • Pet issues
  • Satellite dish issues
  • Invasion of common areas by unit owners
  • Maintenance, repair and replacement responsibility – association vs. unit owners
  • Posting “For sale” signs
  • Responsibility for legal fees
  • Nuisance issues
  • Occupancy restrictions
  • Leasing and enforcement
  • Accommodation and discrimination lawsuits

In addition, our litigation experience with construction defects in newer buildings provides us with in-depth knowledge of the legal remedies available to associations should this occur.

Real Estate Law can be complicated.  Working with us never will be.