Florida Condominium, Homeowners' Association Mediation
South Florida has been perhaps the most vibrant real estate market in
the United States for more than 30 years. In fact, American-style
condominium living was actually pioneered in the region.
happy consequence of this phenomenon is that the lifestyle choices for
condominium dwellers and homeowners in South Florida are endless.
However, with this freedom has also come an abundance of legal conflict
- the kind which places an enormous strain on the Florida court system.
July 1, 2007, the state legislature enacted laws aimed at relieving the
clogged court system. This new legislation requires those involved in
Florida condominium and homeowners' association (HOA) disputes to undertake mandatory mediation as an initial method of resolving their conflict.
Confidential, Cost-Effective, Time-Saving
a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a confidential
process designed to enable parties to resolve their differences through
discussion and cooperative problem solving. It offers many benefits to
participants, such as:
Eliminating the risk of letting a judge or jury decide the outcome
Permitting the parties to negotiate a settlement with mutually acceptable terms
parties to resolve disputes in a timely manner, as opposed to the
months or even years (including appeals) that litigation may require.
Taking place in a friendly setting instead of in the adversarial atmosphere of the courtroom
Sharing of costs
Having litigation remain as an option in the event mediation fails
Eric M. Glazer, Experienced Mediator • Certified by the Florida Supreme Court
Eric M. Glazer has more than 17 years of experience as a lawyer practicing exclusively
in the areas of homeowners' and condominium association law. Over the
years, he has developed a deep appreciation for the benefits of
mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
In his new role as the founder of Association Mediation, Inc., and in his continuing role as the founding attorney of Glazer & Associates, P.A.,
Mr. Glazer looks forward to helping Florida condominium and homeowners'
associations resolve their disputes in the manner best suited to their
needs, whether inside or outside the courtroom.
If you need an experienced, certified Florida homeowners' or condominium association mediator, please contact us today. Our offices are located between Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, five
minutes east of I-95. We are willing to travel to meet with clients and
to mediate in another attorney's office.
Association Mediation, Inc.
One Emerald Place
3113 Stirling Road
Hollywood, Florida 33312 Map and Directions
our offices in Hollywood, we mediate disputes for Florida condominium
and homeowners' associations in communities throughout South Florida
including Miami, Miami Beach, South Beach, Aventura, Sunny Isles Beach,
Pembroke Pines, Ft. Lauderdale, Hollywood, Weston, Deerfield Beach,
Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, and Pompano
Beach. Our representation spans Broward County, Miami-Dade County, and
Palm Beach County.
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