Lydia, a member of the Real Estate, Development & Construction team, concentrates her practice in the areas of condominium law and homeowners association (HOA) law, commercial litigation and collections, and creditors’ rights.
Lydia represents numerous condominium associations and homeowners associations across Wisconsin. She has extensive experience advising Wisconsin condominium association boards of directors on the myriad issues that face them, including declaration and bylaw amendments; assessment collection and foreclosure; rule-making, voting and governance issues; and HUD and fair housing issues. She is one of only two Wisconsin condominium lawyers admitted to the College of Community Association Lawyers, which consists of fewer than 160 attorneys throughout the United States.
Lydia has written on Wisconsin condominium law and regularly presents seminars on the topic throughout Wisconsin to condominium attorneys, property managers and board members, among others. Topics include “Developing and Managing Condominium Associations,” “Wisconsin Condominium Rules—Do I Really Have to Follow Those?” “Wisconsin Condominium Collections—Why Foreclosure is the Best Option” and “Post-Foreclosure Considerations—When the Association Owns the Unit.