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Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C.

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About Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C

Virginia & D.C. Association Law Firm Chadwick Washington
More than 20 years of service to HOAs (POAs), condominiums and co-ops

Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn P.C. devotes its practice entirely to community association law in D.C. and Virginia, working with:

Homeowners associations
Condominium associations

Residential and commercial master associations
Housing cooperatives

The experienced lawyers at Chadwick Washington thoroughly understand the broad variety of legal issues specific to association management. The firm offers clear analysis of your options and straightforward counsel on the potential consequences of your business decisions. Their attorneys also help your board and your managing agent handle challenges, including litigation and collections.
Fairfax and Richmond offices, serving clients in Virginia and District of Columbia

Chadwick Washington was formed in 1990 by three attorneys, including current firm principals Ken Chadwick and Wil Washington. The demand for a focused community association law firm became apparent, and the firm has grown along with the market. Chadwick Washington is now one of the largest community association practice groups in the United States, with 16 attorneys and numerous collection paralegals.

The firm has been based in Fairfax, Virginia since 1990 and opened a Richmond office in 1998. Over the years, the firm has grown to represent associations in all areas of the Commonwealth, including a major presence in the Roanoke and Smith Mountain Lake area. The firm has also begun a recent expansion into southeast Virginia, including Virginia Beach and Chesapeake.

While based in Virginia, the firm has a strong practice in the District of Columbia, representing associations of all sizes, including some of the most substantial and exclusive condominium buildings in the District.
Attorneys committed to community growth

Chadwick Washington is a long-standing member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), an educational trade group which forwards the interests of community associations by lobbying on behalf of the industry and providing educational opportunities for managers and volunteer leaders. The firm has memberships in the following chapters:

Central Virginia - firm principals Ken Chadwick, Andrew Elmore and Jerry M. Wright are past presidents. Associate attorney Mike Sottolano is the currently serving President (2016-17).
Washington Metropolitan - firm principals Ken Chadwick, Brendan P. Bunn, Wil Washington, Allen Warren and Bruce Easmunt have all served as presidents of this Chapter, the largest in the nation.
Southwest Virginia ? firm principal Steve Moriarty is a past president and was instrumental in founding the Chapter.
Southeast Virginia.

The firm's attorneys regularly teach educational programs and seminars at both the local and national levels for CAI.
A Virginia and D.C. law firm that gives community associations top priority

Chadwick Washington is committed to providing comprehensive legal support to Virginia and D.C. community associations. The firm provides general business counseling and litigation services to its association clients upon request, addressing matters such as insurance defense and real estate. To review your needs, contact Chadwick Washington online or call 703.352.1900.

Location and Practice Areas Wise Attorney Count:

Total Offices: 1

Total Attorneys: 20

Total Office Wise Attorneys:

Locations No. of Attorneys
Fairfax, VA 14

Total number of Attorneys in this Practice Area:

Practice Areas No. of Attorneys
Corporate 2
Litigation 9

Practice Area Rankings by Region


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