BERDING|WEIL lawyers are highly experienced construction, community association, and transactional real estate attorneys. We bring a thorough understanding of our clients' issues and creative solutions for their legal needs.
As one of the largest and most experienced construction defect litigation departments in the nation, Berding & Weil has recovered over $1.1 billion for our clients. Representative Cases and Recoveries
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Berding|Weil is pleased to announce that Michael T. Kennedy Jr. has joined our Costa Mesa office as a partner. Michael expands our construction defect litigation practice with over 20 years of experience in his field. He is a trusted resource and leader in the legal community and we are honored to have him join us.
In 1994, Congress reformed the bankruptcy code to make it clear that owners who filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy petitions must pay homeowner (HOA) assessments that come due after the filing of the
petition in bankruptcy. Congress failed, however, to
clarify if that obligation extends to owners who file for Chapter 13.