Michael S. Neall and Associates are the team that comprise Maryland HOA Attorneys at Law. Our Law Firm represents Homeowners’ Associations and Condominiums in the state of Maryland.

Michael S. Neall & Associates, P.C. is a full-service law firm concentrating its practice in the representation of Maryland condominium and homeowners associations. We provide our clients with a range of services that include covenants enforcement, document drafting and interpretation, contract review and implementation, corporate governance advice and the recovery of delinquent assessment accounts.

Founded in 1999, we have grown from a small firm with a handful of clients to an industry leader in the representation of condominiums and homeowners associations. As our client base has grown, so too has our team of dedicated attorneys, paralegals and support staff that now numbers in the twenties. We currently serve clients in 13 counties and Baltimore City.

The firm is located at 147 Old Solomons Island Road, Suite 400, Annapolis, Maryland 21401.  For all inquiries or to schedule an appointment  please contact us at 410-757-9454 or 410-974-8033. We look forward to hearing from you.

Maryland Condominium Act

The Maryland Condominium Act codifies the rules for the establishment, operation and authority of Maryland Condominiums and Homeowners’ Associations. These laws are changed and updated regularly and it can be confusing navigating through the nuances. Our HOA Attorneys practice Maryland Condominium & HOA Law. When your community is seeking legal representation regarding instituting a new organization, or how to enforce the regulations of an existing one you can trust our firm. Our knowledgeable staff is always up to date on current regulations and will assist you in creating a solid organization. Read more

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The Law Offices of Michael S. Neall, Esq.

147 Old Solomons Island Road, Suite 400
Annapolis, Maryland, 21401, United States

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