Jacksonville Homeowners Association Lawyer
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Homeowners Association Law Basics: Homeowners Associations, or Common Interest Development, law is increasing at a rapid pace. From property management, to foreclosure, to boards of directors, to assessment, the law is always on the move. The Jacksonville lawyer(s) at Law Office of Preston H. Oughton, PA answer your important questions, on video, about homeowners association law in Florida. For answers to your legal questions about Homeowners Association Law, click on a question below, or to contact Law Office of Preston H. Oughton, PA about Homeowners Association Law issues, use the form below or call (904) 834-4903.
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Law Firm InfoLaw Office of Preston H. Oughton, PA
10365 Hood Road South, Suite 204
Jacksonville, Florida 32257
About Our Firm
Law Office of Preston H. Oughton, P.A. is a full service law firm located in Jacksonville, Florida. We provide a broad range of high quality legal services to our clients, including both businesses and individuals, throughout the greater Jacksonville area. Our firm is experienced with legal matters involving real estate transactions and litigation. We will act on your behalf, aggressively and competently, to get your real estate issue resolved.
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The Florida lawyer(s) at Law Office of Preston H. Oughton, PA offer their Homeowners Association Lawservices to residents of Jacksonville, Orange Park, Jacksonville Beach, St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Yulee, Fernandina Beach, Callahan, Mayport, Mandarin, Atlantic Beach, Hilliard, Neptune Beach, Middleburg, Macclenny, Duval County, Clay County, Nassau County, St. Johns County, and Baker County.