Madrigrano, Aiello & Santarelli, LLC practices condominium law to advise association clients throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Whether you are the declarant setting up the association, the management company managing the association or a member of as association, the lawyers at Madrigrano, Aiello & Santarelli can help. Condo or homeowner associations have multi-faceted legal needs. The needs include drafting the Declaration, Bylaws, Rules and regulations, assessment collection, developer transition, and others.
Madrigrano, Aiello & Santarelli provides ongoing legal advice for numerous associations and management companies in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth counties. Our lawyers have also advised a number of clients in developing, organizing and drafting the requisite documents to form associations within southeastern Wisconsin.
At Madrigrano, Aiello & Santarelli we offer an innovative, cutting-edge approach that makes us proficient in drafting the documents and providing representation from the turn over meeting to and through amendments to the documents, as well as ongoing operations of the various associations. The cost effective approach offered by our attorneys maximizes recovery and controls the costs an association can expect to incur.
Our Condominium Law team is experienced, polished and current on the law. We can advise and assist associations and owners in areas such as:
- Business and Management Issues
- Collection of delinquent Maintenance and Assessment
- Preparing and Filing Statement of Condominium Lien
- Covenant Enforcement
- Dispute Resolution and Litigation
- Drafting Declaration, Bylaws, and Rules Review and Opinion Letters
- Negotiating Vendor and Contract Concerns
- Overseeing Audits
- Advising before and during association meetings
The lawyers at Madrigrano, Aiello & Santarelli will assist in defending the rights and enforcing the obligations of the associations and their owners; provide legal counsel regarding the Wisconsin Condominium Act; and provide legal opinions on all related documents.
To talk to a lawyer about your condominium law needs, call 262.657.2000 or complete our simple contact form on this site.