Melbourne, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) March 17, 2011
The Florida community association law firm of Katzman Garfinkel & Berger (http://www.KGBLawFirm.com), with offices in Ft. Lauderdale, Maitland/Orlando, Boynton Beach, Miami, West Palm Beach, St. Augustine and Naples, today announced the public release of its comprehensive “Community Association Assessment Collection and Foreclosure” guidebook, a completely free information resource for Board members of Florida condominiums, HOAs and other community associations across the state.
Released here on the eve of the 13th Annual Trade Show of the Space Coast Communities Association (SCCA), slated for Saturday March 19th at Melbourne’s Crowne Plaza Oceanfront Hotel, the “Community Association Assessment Collection and Foreclosure” guidebook is a 23-page free Q&A reference tool compiled by the legal team at Katzman Garfinkel & Berger for community association Board members and managers dealing with the complicated issues involved in collecting delinquent assessments in today’s difficult economic environment.
Florida community association Board members and association managers can obtain a free copy of the “Community Association Assessment Collection and Foreclosure” guidebook by contacting Diane Schick via e-mail at dschick(at)kgblawfirm(dot)com or by phoning 855-935-6229. Individuals attending the Space Coast Communities Association 13th Annual Trade Show can also stop by the Katzman Garfinkel & Berger booth (No. 79) to pick up a free copy of the reference guide.
“Katzman Garfinkel & Berger is pleased to make available to community association Boards and managers this comprehensive guidebook, providing a detailed overview of the many options and strategies available to associations seeking to move the collection process forward in their communities,” said Leigh C. Katzman, Founding Partner, Katzman Garfinkel & Ber ger.
“The Community Association Assessment Collection and Foreclosure guide is a valuable reference tool in an easy-to-understand Q&A format, designed to assist association Boards across the State in developing collection policies that help maintain association cash flows and ultimately strengthen the bottom line of community operating budgets,” said Donna DiMaggio Berger, Managing Partner, Katzman Garfinkel & Berger.
KG&B’s “Community Association Assessment Collection and Foreclosure” guidebook provides detailed and valuable information, broken out into the following critical topic areas: