Community Association Representation in Houston

The attorneys and legal professionals at Hoover Slovacek are among a select few in Houston experienced in community association law. Our community association attorneys are highly skilled in litigating issues faced by community associations from the common to the complex.

We represent a large number of community associations including:

  • Single-family residential
  • Townhome
  • Condominium
  • Commercial
  • Master-planned communities


Our community association practice includes:

  • Contract negotiation
  • General corporate operation
  • Deed restriction violations
  • Non-payment of assessments
  • Document preparation
  • Creating and annexing new residential subdivisions

We also track legislation and keep association board members and management companies apprised of impending changes in real estate law.

Consulting with Hoover Slovacek can help your community association avoid difficulties and conflicts within your organization. Even when disagreements have already surfaced, our community association lawyers can help you get back on track. In all legal matters, the firm emphasizes communication to encourage harmony and minimize legal expenses.


Hoover Slovacek provides efficient, cost-effective solutions for collection of unpaid maintenance assessments. We have achieved success rates of up to 98 percent for many Associations. We offer a range of flat fee schedules to keep associations legal costs as low as possible, while still obtaining high collection rates.

Deed Restriction Enforcement
We have fought hard to assist communities in aggressively enforcing restrictive covenants and have achieved many successful verdicts in contested matters.  Recently, Hoover Slovacek represented a homeowners association against owners who were building a house contrary to the submitted architectural plans. Although the parties agreed on a settlement early in the case, the owners later tried to disavow the agreement. After a two-day trial, the court upheld the settlement agreement against the owners and awarded the Association injunctive relief and attorney fees of approximately $100,000.  The trial court’s judgment was later affirmed on appeal for the association.

Golf Course Legislation
Subdivision golf courses in the Houston area have long been targeted for commercial redevelopment by very aggressive commercial developers.  During the 2011 Legislative Session, Hoover Slovacek worked with legislative leaders and Texas Community Association Advocates in passing legislation to protect subdivision golf course communities from this type of detrimental redevelopment. Click here to learn more about golf course litigation.

Hoover Slovacek LLP’s Community Association Representation attorneys:


For more than 40 years, individuals, investors, businesses, community groups, management companies and financial institutions have trusted the community association lawyers at Hoover Slovacek LLP for practical, cost-effective representation. Contact our Houston and Austin law firm online or by calling (713) 977-8686 to discuss how the firm might benefit you.

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