About Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.

MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. focuses exclusively on the representation of community associations throughout the State of Arizona. Our attorneys prevent problems, solve problems and are advocates and educators for community associations. We provide cost effective, timely and efficient representation of community associations.

MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. represents hundreds of associations ranging in size from small to large master planned communities. In addition to professional legal representation, our goal is to provide the tools board members and managers need to govern and manage successful community associations. Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. offers educational seminars, our newsletter Answers, manager training forums and periodic classes every year to help boards and managers understand the legalities of running community associations.

We pride ourselves on our ability to meet the needs of our clients and strive to create and maintain long term relationships with personalized service.

MULCAHY LAW FIRM, P.C. started this Blog to keep Clients and the Community informed about issues and topics that impact community associations.  Should you have a specific question on a particular topic, the Mulcahy Law Firm., P.C. encourages you to consult with us directly. When you read or comment to this blog, no attorney-client relationship is formed, nor should you rely on this blog in lieu of obtaining legal advice.

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One Response to About Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.

  1. Chris Oppen LPEHOA says:

    Good evening,
    I would appreciate some clarification on something I copied from the Legislative 2017.

    The notice of any annual, special or regular meeting of owners must state the purpose for which the meeting is called.
    ‘Is this to be part of the agenda or an extra notice at the meeting’.

    Before entering executive session, the board shall identify {‘THE SECTION}’ that authorized the board to close the meeting.
    Regards, Chris Oppen

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