Essential Information

Here are a few helpful links for resolving Condominium-related issues:

  1. The Florida Condominium Act
  2. The Florida Homeowners' Association (HOA) Act
  3. Check your Association's managers CAM license status
  4. Florida Administrative Code for Condos
  5. Arbitration decisions available online from the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  6. Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes
  7. The Florida Condominium Ombudsman's Office
  8. The Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes Recall Procedures
  9. Petition the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes for an Election Monitor
  10. Arbitration Frequently Asked Questions
  11. Division Complaint form
  12. Disaster preparation tips

Above all, retaining the services of a skilled attorney can make a meaningful difference in any Condominium dispute. Debra Lynn Fein, JD, MBA is an attorney and Florida Supreme Court Certified Arbitrator who focuses much of her practice on Condominium law. While based in Fort Lauderdale, she serves the surrounding communities as well. She also represents clients who live in Florida for part of the year as well, and regularly represents clients on a long-distance basis. Attorney Debra Lynn Fein went to law school here; earned her MBA degree here and raised her family here. You can rely on her for personal, hands-on service and straightforward counsel on all types of Condominium issues facing you or your loved ones.

Call Fein Law, LLC at 954-533-0825 to arrange a consultation. You can also reach the firm by email. Flexible appointment scheduling is available.