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    PACondolawWhere your community association is part of our community.

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    BARROWLAWLegal Solutions for Community Associations

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    PACSCollection Systems and Consulting Systems for Community Associations

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    PACondolawWhere your community association is part of our community.

BARROWLAW

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Serving Community Associations for 25 Years

Barrowlaw specializes in practical, cost-effective legal services to condominium and homeowner associations with both on-site and independent management, including many which are self-managed.

Experienced in litigation and issue resolution, scores of boards and officers depend on the timely counsel of Barrowlaw. Our specialized focus offers you a superior resource in dealing with the issues facing community associations every day.

Whether your board requires one of our cost effective consulting packages, results oriented collection services, or legal services for a stand-alone matter, please do not hesitate to call us.

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Meet Hal Barrow

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Hal Barrow is the PA Condo Lawyer.

Hal has represented hundreds of community associations since 1985. A magna cum laude graduate of Widener University School of Law, Hal continued to develop as a problem solver for clients. Hal has tried cases in all of the area state and federal courts.

Hal is an active member of CAI, the Community Association Institute, and has served as President of the Pennsylvania and Greater Delaware Valley Chapter and as past chair of CAI’s Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee.

Hal has also been involved in his community, coaching youth sports, acting in local theatre and serving as the president of his synagogue.
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PACondolaw

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Serving Community Associations for 25 Years

PACondolaw started a few years ago as the source for the Pennsylvania statutes governing condominium and homeowner associations. In the age of social media, it is being transformed to a blog about community association issues.

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for regular updates on the news and on new ideas affecting community associations.

We’ll offer commentary on news stories about condominiums and homeowner associations, answer readers’ questions and let you know when there are important new laws or court cases that might affect your association. We’ll also give you the opportunity to chime in, for better or for worse, about events and opinions in the community association arena.

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