Homeowner Association Law

The attorneys at Jenkins Bagley take a proactive approach in advising and advocating for their clients. The numerous hours spent practicing in specific legal areas contributes to their insight and ability to provide sound legal advice to assist in avoiding excessive legal costs and resolving issues efficiently and effectively.


Community association law (homeowners associations, i.e. HOAs, townhomes, condominiums, planned unit developments, i.e. PUDs) is the primary specialty of the attorneys at Jenkins Bagley – who have over 40 years of collective experience in the field. They are specialists in the practice of community association law with a goal to assist their clients in maintaining communities efficiently and in an organized manner. Drafting and amending association’s governing documents (declarations, CCRs, articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations, fine schedules), collecting assessments and counseling associations in light of current state and Federal law is among their specialties. Bruce Jenkins has been inducted as a fellow of the national Community Association Institute College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL). This prestigious honor is only bestowed upon a select few attorneys who have committed, contributed and dedicated themselves to educating and motivating association boards and the owners, including drafting legislation to help community associations. The attorneys at Jenkins Bagley have spent hundreds of hours at association board and member meetings, including preparing documents for those meetings, presenting on community association issues and representing associations and members in contentious court hearings and trials.


The lawyers at Jenkins Bagley are also experienced in providing legal services related to real property development and ownership, business and corporate law, evictions, arbitration, mediation and civil litigation including complex construction defects, estate planning, and drafting and negotiating contracts.