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When it comes to handling construction defect inquiries from your association members, you need to refer a firm that has the solid, legal background and the resources to move efficiently and decisively. But, it’s not enough to hit the ground running; your legal team needs the knowledge and experience to put it all together. At DCS, we have a long and consistent track record of successful relationships with HOA’s. We understand the particular needs of HOA’s – let us prove it to you!

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What Our Clients Say
"Clearly had the Association's best interests at heart"
With our litigation against Wilma Pacific now essentially concluded, I'd like to extend my thanks on behalf of the Camelot Homeowners Association to you and your firm for all of your hard work in driving it to a very successful conclusion. Christopher Coglianese and Jeff Miller deserve much of the thanks for their diligent pursuit of this case and their professional handling of the many issues that arose during the process. I enjoyed working with each of you as I think you clearly had the Association's best interests at heart

- Don Stevenson – President, Camelot HOA

Verdicts & Settlements
"Canyon View at Ventana, Tuscon, AZ $50,000"
Developer: PAW III
264 units of converted apartments into condominiums
This condominium development encountered problems with water intrusion at roofs, stucco and deck systems.
Settlement/Judgment - $50,000 plus repairs
Duration - 9 months