Typically, the first thing a potential association client wants to know is the difference between our firm and any other experienced community association law firm. We can sum it up in one word – effective. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “ef·fec·tive” as a: producing a decided, decisive, or desired effect; b: ready for service or action.
Our mission at Moeller Graf, P.C., is to provide our community association clients with effective, common-sense and efficient representation that solves problems, improves governance, creates community harmony and contributes to long-term community success. We effectuate this goal through our attentive personal relationships with our clients and their managers.
As a volunteer Board, it is imperative that you obtain expert legal counsel for your Association and its myriad of different legal issues. Rest assured, we are experts in the field of community association law and represent associations in nearly every facet of their existence. Both Tim Moeller and David Graf have been accredited by the Community Association Institute (CAI) to provide educational seminars to professional managers. Both attorneys have been authorized by the Colorado Supreme Court to teach continuing legal education classes to other attorneys on the subject of community association law. Our attorneys are frequent educational speakers for CAI and have published articles in both its local and national publications.
Quite simply, we have the intellect, experience and common sense that your community demands.
Our firm represents community associations exclusively. We do not represent developers, management companies, individuals, Boards of Directors, or Directors individually. Instead, we concentrate on those issues that are universally important to Colorado community associations—collecting delinquent assessments, enforcing covenants, interpreting and revising governing documents and attending what can sometimes be difficult Board and Member meetings, as well as covering all other facets of homeowner association law.
We believe that an association is only as healthy as its current Board of Directors. Our goal is to work as a team with the Board thereby making the task of serving on the Board as easy as possible so that those volunteers with families, jobs, and other life interests have the ability and the desire to undertake such an important role in their community.