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​​"From complicated litigation cases to simple violation hearings and collection matters, Ms. Ciceron’s knowledge and expertise has been proven over and over again. She is attentive to details, thorough and informative, and her quick responses (both verbal and written) have saved the associations from long litigation matters, with resolutions that have served her clients well. She has a calm patient demeanor that moves a stressful situation into a calm one ...." 


​                     Cheryl L., Community Manager,

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Christina A. Ciceron, APC exclusively represents common interest developments throughout California. ​We are experienced in all aspects of community association law including enforcing and amending governing documents, providing legal opinions, negotiating and creating contracts, and handling homeowner association litigation.  Our office also provides alternative dispute resolution and conducts board member orientations and trainings.  The attorneys of our firm have the knowledge and experience to guide you through the ever changing body of law that governs community associations. Contact our office to schedule a meeting for your homeowners association to see why we have emerged as the new leaders in the community association legal arena.

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