Woods Rogers attorneys serve as legal counsel to community associations across Virginia.

We provide strategic guidance in the interpretation, review, and drafting of governing documents,  operational issues, policy, implementation, and conflict resolution. Our representation of community associations covers the full spectrum of legal issues including:

  • Assessment collection, liens and foreclosure, and bankruptcy
  • Construction
  • Contract Review 
  • Corporate counsel
  • Covenants, litigation, and alternative dispute resolution
  • Draft, amend, and interpret documents
  • Employment
  • Environmental
  • Fair housing, discrimination, regulatory, and other complaints
  • Finance and fund management
  • Governance
  • Insurance
  • Land use 
  • Operations 
  • Registered agent services
  • Transition 

By integrating expertise from subject matter specialists in other practice groups (including construction, employment, real estate, environmental, tax, corporate, litigation, and contracts), we are able to best meet the needs of the associations we serve.

By investing in and utilizing technology, dedicating staff, and cultivating a roster of attorneys to prosecute cases, we excel at collections providing a positive return to our clients. Our team is seasoned in the broad range of creditors’ rights, including lien enforcement, foreclosure, and bankruptcy.

We take a proactive approach to avoid disputes when possible. As practitioners of all forms of alternate dispute resolution, we take pride in using creative ideas to help our clients resolve disputes in the most efficient manner.

At Woods Rogers, we prioritize staying current in legal trends and playing a role in the evolution of community association law in this specialized area. We are dedicated to providing leadership in the Community Associations Institute, an international member organization with local chapters whose purpose it is to promote, improve, and advance the interests of community associations and the community at large.

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