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Good Neighbors

The same has been said of fences. But when it comes to community associations, everyone is on the same side of the fence. That’s why having a legal partner who can help the entire group maneuver through potentially complicated issues is a must.

At PeytonBolin, we help both individual owners and entire community associations, condos, HOAs and co-ops manage, diffuse and resolve a wide range of legal matters. And we do it in a way that all parties can appreciate and understand.

After all, just because legal matters are complicated doesn’t mean they have to be confusing.

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Fort Lauderdale

3343 W. Commercial Blvd., Suite 100
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Office: 954-316-1339

West Palm Beach

available by appointment
777 S. Flagler Dr., Suite 800
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Office: 561-463-8255

Orlando

3505 Lake Lynda Dr., Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32817
Office: 407-487-3040

Tampa Bay Area

available by appointment
4830 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 600
Tampa, Florida 33609
Office: 813-867-3212

Your Neighborhood Lawyers

PeytonBolin is everywhere you need us. Wherever real estate law issues arise in Florida, we’re there, focused primarily on community association law and common interest communities. We regularly counsel community association boards, unit owners who reside in associations, investors who purchase in associations, and developers who create associations. PeytonBolin provides general counsel services, collections of assessments and debts, covenant enforcement, and litigation on behalf of and in defense of our clients. We also handle residential and commercial closings, and are uniquely positioned to assist developers, buyers and sellers with properties governed by community associations.

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