MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. is excited to announce our Virtual Summer Seminar Series beginning Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 12:00pm. Over the course of the next few months, Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. will be conducting eleven seminars on hot topics pertaining to Arizona community association law. The Virtual Summer Seminar videos will be posted to our Facebook page Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. -- every Wednesday throughout the summer. Board members and managers will be able to watch the videos when they go live at noon every Wednesday or at their leisure. And, best of all, whether you are in Arizona or another cooler climate, you will still have access to cutting edge information, all summer long!
Summer 2017 Virtual Seminar Series
June 7 Removal of Directors and Board Members in a Community Association
June 14 Secrets to Effective Collection of Delinquent Assessments
June 21 How to Properly Impose Fines and Penalties in a Community Association
June 28 Inspection of Books and Records in An Association by a Member
July 5 Display of Flags in a Community Association
July 12 Solar Energy Devices in A Community Association
July 19 What Self-Managed Associations Need to Know about Community Association Law
July 26 - How to Effectively Work with Rental Properties in a Community Association
Aug. 2 New 2017 Laws Regarding Community Associations
August 9 Board Member Roles and Responsibilities
Aug. 16 You Have Questions... We have Answers!
We look forward to seeing you today and every Wednesday throughout the summer! Have a fun and safe summer!
MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. is the education leader for Arizona Community Associations. We provide over 70 free classes and seminars each year for both board members and managers to ensure that they obtain and develop essential skills, develop a knowledge base and stay current with cutting edge information about community associations. Our educational programs help association members, directors and community managers understand their legal duties and responsibilities allowing for the potential to prevent and minimize legal problems altogether.